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BUREAU or STATISTICS 

CHARLES F. GETTEMY, Director 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours 
OF Labor in Massachusetts 

1913 

LABOR BULLETIN No. 97 

(Bein^ Part I of the Aimnal Report on the 8Utl«tlc8 of Labor for 1914) 




FEBRUARY 13, 1914 



BOSTON 

WRIGHT Ac POTTER PRINTING COMPANY 

STATE PRINTERS 

1914 



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Union Scale of Wages and Hotjks of Labor 
IN Massachusehs, 1913. 



This report shows the union scale of wages and hours of labor for 
the organized trades in Massachusetts on October 1, 1913, and is the 
fourth annual presentation of data of this nature. The data shown 
herein were obtained as the result of a special inquiry made in October, 
1913, at which time schedules of inquiry were mailed to every local 
trade union in the Commonwealth, known to be in existence at that 
time. Returns were received through correspondence from 1,093 unions, 
or 78 per cent of the total number in Massachusetts. Data were ob- 
tained by special agents from about 200 additional unions, so that alto- 
gether about 92 per cent of the local unions in the Commonwealth 
furnished information concerning wages and hours for use in preparing 
this report. 

This report deals chiefly with time-rates,^ which are in nearly all cases 
minimum rates and not actual or maximum rates. Trade unions which 
fix rates of wages usually establish one rate as a standard minimum 
for all of their members engaged in a specific occupation, such a rate 
being ordinarily applied to the work upon which the member is engaged 
rather than to the member as an individual. Members are allowed, how- 
ever, to receive more than the minimum rate, such excess over the mini- 
mum being usually determined by individual negotiation, but any member 
who works for less than the minimum rate is in most instances liable to 
punishment for violation of union rules. 

Time-rates of wages are calculated in various ways but generally by 
the hour, day, or week. In the building trades wages are generally cal- 
culated by the hour or by the day, while in many factories and mills 
a weekly rate prevails. For the purpose of comparing the rates paid 
for like periods, in the various occupations, the rates per hour, day, and 
week are shown in the following tables, although in many instances the 
unions reported rates for only one of these periods. The rates which 

^ In aome instaooes where Uie unioiu reported no soale but gave the avu-age or prevailing ratee, theae latter 
figone w«e used. 

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were not reported were obtained by simple computations and although 
they may not represent the actual rate received for the ^ecified periods 
of time, they are of considerable value for purposes of comparison. 

It will be noted that many of the hourly rates given include fractional 
parts of a cent. While it is true that in many cases the rate shown is 
not the actual rate paid but is presented for the purpose of comparison, it 
is equally true that many employers do pay their employees at these 
fractional rates. This is particularly true in the building trades where 
part-time work, due to unfavorable weather, lack of materials, etc., 
makes necessary an hourly rate. 

Persons applying for work are more concerned with the amount of 
money which they will receive when their week's work is finished than 
they are with the number of cents they will be paid for each hour's 
labor, and are generally offered a weekly rate of pay. The hourly rate 
is then computed by the pay-roll clerks in order that the employee's 
tardiness in reporting for work or his absence from work for an hour or 
two may be deducted from his pay, and in the average case an hourly- 
rate showing fractions of a cent will result. This method is not only- 
very confusing to pay-roll clerks and to cost clerks as well as to the 
workers themselves, but, because of the considerable amount of figuring 
involved and the difiiculty of determining and correcting errors, is expen- 
sive and seemingly unnecessary. 

Many employers in order to economize the valuable time of pay- 
roll and cost clerks in figuring these fractions and to avoid the danger of 
committing serious errors have adopted the more simple method of hiring 
all new employees at a round sum per hour, and some employers have 
entirely eliminated fractions and even odd numbers in computing hourly 
rates of pay. Written agreements between employers and labor or- 
ganizations now frequently contain clauses to the effect that workmen 
after commencing work shall be paid at least one-half a day's pay, even 
though the actual hours worked amount to less than the half day. 

It should be understood that the facts presented in the following 
tables are as they were reported to this Bureau and that no inquiry was 
made as to the extent to which the union scale of wages prevailed in the 
various trades and localities. 



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Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities. 







Ratw or Waocs | 


HouBS or Labor 


















Number 


OCCCPATIOXB AND 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUKICXPAUTUS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
HoUdays 
(Hour) 


Day 


Week 




















m Effect 


Bakm. 


















Foremen. 


















Boiton (Hebrew unioo A), . 1047 


14.00 


124 00 


1. 


X- 


m 


51 


_ 


Borton (Hebrew union B), . 


.36H 


3.67 


22.00 


1- 


1 - 




60 


_ 


Boston (Union C). 


.80 


8.00 


18.00 


10 30 


10 30 




60 


_ 


Boston (Roxbury), 




.80 


3.00 


18.00 


1- 


1 - 




60 


_ 


Brockton, 




.44^ 


4.00 


34.00 


.50 


1- 




54 


- 


Hdyoke, 




.36H 


8.17 


19.00 


•52H 


1- 




54 


- 


Lynn (Hebrew unk>n). 




4.00 


34.00 




_ 




54 


_ 


Lynn(Unk»B),». 




!37 


8.83 


30.00 


740 


.40 




54 


_ 


Seieni, 




.88H 


8.00 


18.00 


.35 


•MH 




54 


_ 


SiirinKfield (Union B). 




.85 


3.33 


30.00 


.35 


.70 


m 


57 


_ 


Tnnnton, 




•P 


3.83 


30 00 


.40 


1- 


«10 


60 


_ 


Worcester (Union A), 




4.00 


34 00 


.50 


. 


9 


54 


_ 


Woroester (Union B), 




.38H 


3.83 


20.00 


«.35 


- 


10 


60 


- 


SwndHmnds. 




















r -^ 


3.88 


30.00 


x_ 


1 - 


BH 


61 


- 


Boston (Hebrew union B). . 




2.50- 
3.83 


15.00- 
30 00 


} - 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Boston (Unk>n C), 


i^ 


2.07 


16.00 


' .30 


30 


10 


60 


_ 


Boston (Boxbury), 




2.07 


16.00 


1. 


1 _ 


10 


60 


_ 


Brockton, 




.87 


8.88 


30.00 


.50 


i- 





54 


_ 


Holyoke. . . 




:^ 


2.67 


16.00 


.44H 


1- 


9 


54 


_ 


Lynn (Hebrew union), 
Lynn (Union B), . 




8.50 


21.00 




- 


9 


54 


_ 




.3M^ 


2.67 


16 00 


.40 


.40 


9 


54 


- 


8slsni.« . . 




• 81 7^ 


3.88 


17.00 


.35 


.63 


9 


54 


_ 


Sprin^fieW. . . 
l^onton. 




■h 


3.88 
3.67 


17.00 
16 00 


.35 

.40 


.65 

1- 


mS^ 


57 

60 


- 


Worcester (Union A), 
Worosster (Union B), 




3.67 


22 00 


.50 


_ 


9 


54 


_ 




.38H 


388 


17.00 


«.35 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Third Hands. 


















Boston (Hebrew union A), . 


, S^ 


3.00 


18 00 


I- 


1 - 


8H 


51 


- 


Boston (Hebrew union B). . 


:S- 


3.0O- 
250 


woo- 
ls. 00 


} - 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Boston (Union C), . 


.25 


2.50 


15.00 


.30 


.30 




60 


_ 


Boston (Rozbury), 




.38H 


2.33 


1400 


1- 


i- 




60 


_ 


Brockton, 




■mi 


3.00 


18.00 


.50 


1 - 




54 


- 


Holyoke, . . 




M* 


2.38 


14.00 


.39 


I- 




54 


_ 


Lyon (Hebrew union), 




m 


3.17 


19.00 




- 




54 


_ 


Lynn (Union B), . 




2.50 


15.00 


740 


.40 




54 


_ 


Selem, . 




.2m 


2.67 


16.00 


.35 


.59 




54 


_ 


Springfield, . . 
lumton. 




■m 


2.50 


15.00 


.35 


61 


9H 


57 


- 




.36 


2.50 


15 00 


.40 


1 - 


«10 


60 


_ 


Worcester (Union A), 
Woicester (Union B), 




.87 


3.88 


30 00 


.50 


_ 


9 


54 


_ 




.26 


2.50 


15 00 


«.35 


- 


10 


60 


- 


BakMT Wacon Dri?«n. 


















(5e« TeamtUrt.) 


















BarlMn. 


















Adims, 


.18 


_ 


13.00 


_ 


_ 


12 


72 


_ 


Borton (Union A). 
Borton (Italian), . 


.21 


- 


13.00 


_ 


_ 


lOH 


62 


_ 


.21M 
.21H 


- 


13.00 


~ 


- 


lOh 


59H 


- 


Brockton, .... 


- 


14 00 


- 


- 


12 


66 


- 


S«opee 


22^ 


- 


14.00 


- 


- 


11 


63 


- 


Clinton, 


i20H 


— 


13.00 


-. 


- 


11 


63^ 


- 


Fan River. .... 


.20H 


~ 


12.00 


~ 


- 


lOH 


59 


~ 



1 No work. 

* When only one baker is employed in small shops his wage is $18 a week, 
s Night work, 9 hours. 

* Only one hour overtime allowed for each man in a week. 

* Includes doughi^[iaker8 and ovenmen. 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



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Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October i, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 

















i 


HouBB OF Labor 










Number 












of Months 






' 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 






16.00 i 1 






in Effect 


- — ~— '— •? .... 


I '^ 


11 


66H 


. 


Framingham , 






,ff^ 


. 


14.00 


_ 


_ 


13 


68 


- 


Gardner. 






- 


12.00 


. 


_ 


11 


65 


- 


Glouoeeter, . 








. 




. 


_ 


12 


72 


— 


Haverhill, . 






fjH 


— 


» 13*00 


. 


_ 


i?;i 


90H 


- 


Holyoke. . . 






. 


13.00 


_ 


_ 


70H 


— 


Lawrenoe, 






30^ 


. 


12.00 


- 


- 


11 


58 


- 


LowbU. . . . 






!i« 


- 


12.00 


- 


- 


11 


63 


— 


Ililford, ! 








• 


13.00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






.19M 


12.17 


13.00 


_. 


_ 


12 


68 


- 


New Bedford. 






IQt^ 


2.17 


18.00 


- 


. 


lOH 


66M 


— 


North Adams. 






.21H 


2.83 


14.00 


_ 


. 


11 


65 


— 


Northampton. 






.215? 


2.17 


t 13.00 


- 


. 


- 


69H 


— 


Pittafield. 






{ ll- 


2.83- 
3.83 


14.00- 
20.00 


} : 


- 


lOK 


«62 




Quiney. . 
Rookland. . 








2.00 
«2.60 


12.00 
16.00 




- 


12 

mi 


78 
66^ 




Salem. . . 






•MH 


2.00 


« 12.00 


- 


- 


11 


59 




Sprincfleld. . 






.21^ 


■2.60 


t 13.00 


- 


. 


lOH 


60^2 


— 


Taunton, 






22m 


2.88 


14.00 


-. 


- 


11 


63 


— 


Webster. 






/ .17K- 
l .21M 


2.00- 
2.60 


12.00- 
16.00 


} : 


- 


12 


70 


- 


Westfield. 






.23H 


2.33 


14.00 




~ 


10 


59K 


- 


Wobum. 








— 


~ 


-i 


•> 


— 


63 


- 


Woroeeter. 








2.00 


t 12.00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




















Adams. 


.2«H 


2.60 


16.00 


- 


- 


8H 


67 


_ 


Boston. . 






.30 


•8.00 


« 18.00 


10.36 


10.46 


10 


60 


— 


Chioopee. 






.87H 


3.00 


18.00 




.50 


8 


48 


. 


Clinton. . 






.30 


3.00 


18.00 


- 


.30 


10 


60 


- 


Fitchburg. . 






.25 


2.60 


16.00 


- 




10 


60 


— 


Gardner. 






{ '^ 


1.67 
260 


MO. 00 
16.00 


} - 


- 


9 


67 


- 


Gloooester. . 






.80 


3 00 


18.00 


.36 


.35 


10 


60 


— 


Great Barrington. 






{ fr'^- 


3.00- 
333 


18 00- 
20.00 


} : 


- 


9 


64 


- 


Greenfield. . 






.» 


2.60 


16.00 




- 


10 


60 


~ 


Haverhill, . 








2.60 


s 16.00 


T38H 


.38H 


m 


69 


- 


Holyoke. 






.329^ 


3.00 


18.00 






9 


55 


- 


Lawrence. 






.25M 


2.60 


« 16.00 


'•51% 


'61% 


9 


58 


- 


LoweU. . 






.26 


2.60 


M6.00 






10 


60 


- 


Marlborough, . 
New Bedford. 






.28H 


3.00 


18.00 


- 


- 


10 


63 


— 






.26 


2.60 


15.00 


.30 


.35 


10 


60 


- 


Newburyport, 
North Adams. 






'.^h[ 


3.00 
260 


18.00 
15.00 


: 


~ 


10 
10 


64 

62 


~ 


Northampton, 






2.60 


M6 00 


- 


- 


9 


62 


- 


Pittsfield. 






36 


3.33 


20 00 


- 


- 


9 


67 


— 


Southbridge. 






.30 


3.00 


18.00 


- 


- 


^0 . 


60 


- 


Springfield. . 






/ .29 
\ .32M 


1 3.00 


18 00 


- 


t. 


••( 


«»56 
62 


} - 



1 Also 50 per cent commission on receipts of shop of over 15 a week. 

' Minimum. 

' From November 1 to May 1. 69H hours. 

* Three doUare for Saturday, when working by the day. 
> When working by the day, $2.50; Saturday, %i. 

* Four dollare for 10 houra Saturday, and 15 for 10 houra Sunday. 
' With board. $10; without board, $15. 

• Regular rate. 

• In saloons, alternate days of 6 and 12 hours; in hotels, hours regulated by conditions. 
1* In saloons, 56 hours; in hotels, 62 hours. 



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Municipalities — Continued. 







Ra 


no or Waoib 




Hours or Labor 


















Number 


OOCUFATIOXB AND 

Ku3nciPALiTm. 


Hour 


DV 


Week 


Ortr^ 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


ofMontha 

Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 

in Effect 


BvtandMB — Gofu 


















Twmton, .... 


sa.isH 


•2.80 


816.00 


. 


« 


lOH 


68 


„ 


W&eld.' 


is 


8.00 
8.00 


18.00 
18.00 


80.40 


80.46 
^.60 






67 
66 


- 


Ifl^onestar 


!80 


8.00 


18.00 


- 




10 


60 


- 


Bffl Portm and BiUm. 


















BiJUn, 


















Borton, 


- 


3.00 


13.00 


- 


- 


t. 


t. 


- 


BiUP<mt€t: 


















Barton OForemen), . 


.UM 


3.83 


17.00 


:s« 


:P 


8 


48 


3 


Sj^iS&eid, '.'.'.. 


mi 


3.60 
3.36 


16.00 
18.60 


8 
9 


48 
64 


3 


BlftftHmttlM. 


















Borton 


{ :8«- 


8.00- 
8.00 


18.00- 
31.60 


.60- 
.60 


.60- 
.60 


) • 


64 


- 


Boston Oron and itael work- 


















„•») 


.88Ji 


8.60 


31.00 


.87M 


.78 


9 


64 


„ 


Boston (ornAmental iron work- 


/ >m 


3.76 


16.60 


I 




9 


64 


3 


«> 


\ .33^ 


8.00 


18.00 


/ • 










Brocktoo 


:i 


3.07 
8.17 


16.00 
10.00 


}_- 


- 


8 


46 


12 


W<n«M(er, .... 


.80^ 


8.00 


16.60 




- 


10 


66 


12 


Hapen. 
Boatoo (iron and fteel). 


-37?i 


3.60 


16.00 


.41H 


«H 


9 


64 


- 


Bookbindtn. 


















Borton. 


„ 


_ 


„ 


». 


«. 


8 


48 


12 


Boston (paper mJers, first 


















„<*«). 


.mi 


8.00 


18.00 


.66K 


• 


8H 


48 


12 


Boston (paper mien, seoond 


















^^) 


{1 


3.60 


16.00 


.4SJ4 


. 


8H 


48 


12 


C^bridcs (hand wivkeis). . 


8.17 
8.60 


19.00 
31^ 


!66H 


■.^ 


} m 


48 


12 


CMnhridgw (machine opera- 


















J^^*y^ •. • • • 


•^Ji 


8.67 


33.00 


689^ 


.91H 


SH 


48 


12 


Norwood (bookbinden). 
Norwood Clampers). . 


.8n< 


8.00 


18.00 


!66K 


.76 


8H 


48 


12 


.«» 


8.88 


30.00 


.62>S 


.88H 


h3i 


48 


12 


Boot and Shoo Workm. 


















Cumxo DapAXTMsirr. 


















CttttsTf ^sornp. maek%n€. 


















Boston (Unk>n A). 

Borton (Unkm B). . . 


.42 


8.78 


31.00 


« 


„ 


9 


60 


12 


, .40« 


8.83 


30.00 


. 


« 





40H 


12 


Borton (Union C). . . 


/ .80- 
\ .50 


3.60- 
4.17 


16.00- 
36.00 


} - 


- 


9 


60 


12 


te^!¥!R' ... 


.88H 


8.60 


31.00 




« 


9 


64> 


„ 


g«TOrhiD. .... 


.89 


8.36 


10.60 


« 


„ 


9 


60 


„ 


NorthAdams. . . . 


.36H 


8.26 


10.60 


. 


„ 


9 


64 


•6 


goAknd. .... 


.38H 


3.60 


21.00 


. 


« 





64 




Ijto- 


.4F 


8.87 


21.60 


. 


„ 


9 


60 


12 


Whitman, 


mi 


8.60 


21.00 


- 


- 


9 


64 


3 


^Cvtten-Unint^cloHL 


. 
















namincham. 


.80H 


8.00 


16.60 


« 


« 


9H 


64 


12 


Sf?«n. 


.86 


8.16 


17.60 


. 


. 


9 


60 


12 


nnitman, 


.30H 


3.76 


16.60 


*" 


~ 


9 


64 


3 



> Paid 86 for 10 hours. 
< No regular hours. 

> Time and one-half. 



* Double time. 

• Ten hours on five days when Saturday half-holiday 

is in force. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 8 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October i, 1913: By 

Municipaiities — Continued. 





Ratbb or Waoes 


HpUBS OF Labob 


Occupations and 
municipalitibs. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 
HoUdays 
(Hour) 


Day 


Wedc 


Nmnber 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 


Boot and Shoe Worlnn 

-Con. 


















CuUert — trimming. 
HaverhiU, . 
Salem 


10.27 
.25 


12.25 
2.26 


113.60 
12.60 


- 


- 


9 
9 


60 
60 


12 
12 


Cutteri — top, hand. 
Brockton, .... 
Haverhill, .... 
North Adiuns, 

Rockland 

Whitman, .... 


■^ 


2.75 
2.58 
2.75 
2.75 
2.76 


16.60 
16.50 
16.60 
16.50 
16.60 


- 


r 


9 

9 

9 


64 
60 
54 
64 
54 


»6 
3 


CuUert — top, machine. 
Brockton, .... 
HaverhiU, .... 
Rockland, .... 


.33H 


3.00 
2.83 
3.00 


18.00 
17.00 
18.00 


- 


- 


9 
9 
9 


54 
60 
64 


12 


CuUera — vamp, hand. 

Brockton 

HaverhiU 

Rockland, .... 

Salem, 

Whitman, 




3.25 
3.00 
3.26 
3.60 
3.26 


10.60 
18.00 
19.50 
20.00 
10.60 


- 


- 


• 
9 
9 
9 
9 


64 
60 
54 
60 
64 


12 

12 
3 


Skivtra. 
Brockton, .... 

Whitman, .... 


1 :iSS 


2.60 
2.76 
2.26 
2.60 
2.75 


16.00 
1660 
13.60 
16.00 
16.60 


• - 


- 


9 
9 


64 
64 


8 


Sole Lbatheb Depart- 

MBNT. 


















Channellers. 
Braintree 


SJH 


3.00 


18.00 


- 


- 


9 


64 


- 


Cuttere — inwle. 

Braintree 

North Adams, 


:£''* 


2.50 
2.26 


16.00 
13.50 


- 


: 




9 


64 
64 


7 


CuUera — out9oU. 
HaverhiU 


.80 


2.76 
2.50 


16.60 
16.00 


: 


- 


10 
10 


66 
64 


12 


North Adams, 


.27% 


7 


Cfrain Counter Workers. 
Lynn, 


.25H 


233 


14.00 


- 


- 


10 


65 


12 


Heel CuUert. 
Lynn (Union A), . 
Lynn (Union B), . 
North Adams, 


.83 


2.76 
3.28 


1660 
1800 
12.00 


- 


- 


9 

10 
9 


60 
65 
64 


12 
12 
7 


SoU Sorters. 
Boston, ..... 

HaverhUl 

Lynn, 

Whitman 




3.83 
2.75 
3.28 
3.26 


20.00 
16.50 
18.00 
10.50 


- 


- 


9 
10 
10 

9 


56 
64 


12 
12 
12 

3 


Stttohuio Depabtuemt. 


















Cloeers-o: 

Salem, 


.2«H 


2.00 


12.00 


- 


- 


8 


45 


12 


Lining Makers. 
Salem 


.22H 


1.67 


10.00 


- 




8 


46 


12 



* Ten hours on five days when Saturday half-hoUday is in force. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1918. 



I. 9 



Union Scale of Wmges and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
Munieipahtiee — Continued. 







lU 


na or Waow 




Houaa or Labor 


















Number 


OoCUFAnOKB AKO 








Ovsr- 

tima 

(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Mentha 




Hour 


Day 


Wedc 


and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 


DV 


Wttk 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


Boot and Shoe Workvi 


















-Con. 


















TopStOeUrt. 


















Sdem 


10.38% 


•2.17 


113.00 


- 


- 


8 


45 


12 


Vampen. 


















Sifeffl 


.33H 


2M 


15 00 


- 


- 


8 


45 


13 


LASTDfO DkpaRTUKNT. 


















LoMtert. 


















Broekton, .... 


1.S8H 


»800 


U8 00 


- 


- 





54 


_ 


L/nn, 


.S3U 


300 


1633 


. 


- 


9 


49 


12 


Natick, 


3.00 


1675 


- 


- 


9 


50 


12 


I«iCM# Maehint Operator§, 


















Nttick. 


aoH 


3.75 


16 50 


- 


- 





54 


- 


BorroMxifo Dspabtmskt. 




































MUQtna, .... 


:^ 


2.7ft 


16.50 


- 


- 


9 


54 


_ 


Hamhm 


3.85 


15.50 


- 


- 


10 


55 


12 


FnnsHDra Dxpaktm sirr. 


















_ Dr extern. 


















Whitman, .... 


.l«H 


1.50 


0.00 


~ 


- 


9 


54 


- 


Finxtktra. 


















Rockland. 


rrn 


2.50 


15 00 


- 


- 


9 


54 


- 


_ Paektn. 


















Whitman. .... 


.idH 


1.50 


0.00 


- 


- 





54 


- 


Trier*. 


















Brockton, .... 


.30 


3.70 


16.20 


« 


. 


9 


54 


_ 


HawhiU. .... 


■m 


2.75 


15 00 


. 


_ 


10 


55 


12 


^ckland 


2.50 


15.00 


« 


_ 





54 




Whitman. .... 


.38 


2.52 


15 12 


- 


- 


9 


54 


- 


BottteBaadDrHm. 


















^^tOtnmd MocUns Opertart. 


















Bojton. 


33M 


267 


> 16.00 


$0.40 


> 


8 


48 


- 


FaURiYw 


.36 


2.08 


12 48 


.40 


• 


8 


48 


_ 


UwiTOoe. .... 


34- 


2.17- 
2.50 


13 00- 
15.00 


J .35 


80.70 


9 


54 


- 


Lmn 


•36' 


2.42- 
2 75 


14 50- 
16.50 


} *^ 


- 


8 


48 


- 


N«w Bedford; 


2.00 
2.33 


12.00 
14.00 


\ .30 


- 


9 


54 


- 


Rttafield, ... 


.33 


2.75 


16.50 


_ 


_ 


9 


50 


12 


Wot«rter (breweriea), . 


{ :1 


2.83 


» 17.00 


.50 


, S^ 


8 


48 




Woreeiter (wfaolaeale shops). 


1 2.83 


U7.00 


.50 


/ .70% 
\ .63 


»8 
9 


48 
54 


} - 


Driftrt. 


















Boiton, 


.32K 


292 


U7.50 


.40 


. 


9 


54 


_ 


PiDRivw. .... 


.36 


2.08 


12.48 


.40 


. 


8 


48 


_ 


PSutfekL 


.83 


2.75 


1650 


. 


- 


9H 


50 


12 


8iftii^£2d, 


.3W 


2.83 


17.00 


.40 


.71 


8 


48 




WwMtar (wbolasalo* shops)'. 


;l^ 


8.17 
3.17 


UOOO 
UO.OO 


.50 
.50 


:lfi^ 


10 
11 


60 
66 


- 



1 Minimum. 

* Nine home a day from May 1 to October 31 , and 8 hours a day from November 1 to April 30. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 10 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Munieipalitiea — Continued. 





Ratm or Waoss | 


Houas or Labob 


















Number 










Ovar^ 

time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUKIdPALITISS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
Holidays 


D*y 


Week 


Weekly 










(Hour) 






holiday 


















in Effect 


BofeklMB and Drtfwi 


















-Con. 


















Dnvart' H^lpetM. 


















Botton, 


•o.acM 


12.42 


^114.60 


•0.40 


. 


9 


64 


« 




• 28H 


2.88 


» 17.00 


.60 


•0.60 


10 


60 


. 




















thjuk oM-half barrels). . 


MH 


3.88 


» 17.00 


.60 


MH 


10 


60 


- 


G4iuna Worker: 


















Botton 


:^ 


2.88 


U4.00 


.40 


• 


8 


48 


« 


Woroatter 


2.68 


16.60 


.60 


MH 


10 


60 


- 


£r«l|Mr« (IntiUmsn). 
WoroMter (new), . 


) :i 


\ 2.60 


U6 00 


.60 


\ :S^ 


»8 
9 


48 
64 


I « 




\ 'WH 


1 2.67 


■ » 16.00 


.60 


I :S^ 


*8 
9 


48 
64 


- 


LabeUrt (Hani). 
Woroeitar 


/ .22H 


}..« 


Ul.OO 


.60 


/ .46 
I .40H 


«8 
9 


48 
54 


1 - 


Paektr: 


















Boston. 


MH 


260 


116.00 


.40 


- 


8 


48 


- 


StabUm^n. 












1 






Woro68t6r, .... 


.38% 


2.67 


U6 00 


.40 


- 


I ,0 


60 


- 




















Boston, . . 


- 


1.60 


».oo 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


BrMtMoldm. 


















{See MoUerM.) 


















Bnwmcf WorknMn. 


















Brewort. 


















Boston (first men). 


.41H 


8.38 


20.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


. 


Boston, 


.37H 


8.00 


18.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


. 


FmU River 




/ 2.60- 
\ 8.17 


16.00- 
19.00 


I •» 


.60 


{ s 


48 
64 


} : 


Holyoke 


AlH 


8 33 


20.00 


.60 


.^ 


8 


48 




Lawrence, .... 


[ MH 


3.60- 
4.83 


16.00- 
30.00 


11« 


« 


48 


- 


LoweU. 


39^ 


8.17 


19.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


- 


New Bedford (first men) , 


MH 


3.33 


30.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


_ 


New Bedford, 


.87H 


3.00 
8.17 


18.00 . 
19.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


- 


Pittsfield, 


[ AlH 


3.33 
3.60 


30.00 
21.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


- 


Springfield, .... 


8.00- 
3.33 


18.00- 
30.00 


} .60 


- 


8 


48 


- 


Worcester 


.8«H 


393 


117.60 


.60 


.73 


8 


48 


- 


CeUarMm. 


















Boston (first men). 


.41M 


3.33 


30.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


-. 


Boston, 


.87^4 


3.00 


18.00 


.60 


.50 


8 


48 


_ 


New Bedford (first men), . 


.41H 


8.83 


20.00 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


- 


New Bedford, 


.37H 


8.00 


18.00 


.60 


.50 


8 


48 


- 


CkttuffeuTM. 


















Boston, 


.88 


3.42 


20.60 


.60 


.60 


9 


64 


" 



1 Minimum. 

< Nine hours a day from May 1 to October 31, and 8 hours a day from November 1 



to April 80. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. I. 11 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 



OCCXTPATXOMB AND 

MuitnciPALrnss. 



— Con. 



Wofosflter. 



Snginetrt. 
FaU Rhrer, . 

Hotjoka. 

New Bedford (aanstent) 

Sprii«5eld, 

PerwunHn^ Room Mtn, 

Bottoo (first men), 

Boston, 

New Bedford (first men 

New Bedford, 

Firomtn. 
Holyoke, 
New Bedford, 
Springfield. . 



Boston, 



Floormon. 



Oe^erml Workmen 
Boston (brewery). . 
Boston (stable), . 
Woctester, 

StabUmon. 
Boston (first men), 
Boston. . 
Springfield, . 

TeamttoTM. 
Boston (depot), 
Boston (route). 

Holyoke, 
Lowell. . 
NewBedford. 
Springfield, . 

Woreester, 

reomstert' Helper: 
Boiton, . 
New Bedford. 
Woraester, 

Woehkouee Men. 
BMton (fixBt men), 
Boiton, .... 

Hobroke. 

New Bedford (first men). 
NewBedlbrd.- . . 



Ratm op Waom 



Hour 



10.50 



.50 



.86H 






mi 

.30H 



Dny 



14.00 
8.43 
8.42 
4.00 



8.80 
8.21 
3.80 



8.88 
3,00 
8.17 
8.00 



2.98 
2.79 
2.98 



3.17 



3.00 
3.08 
2.58 



S3.08 

«2.88 

2.57 



8.08 
8.25 
2.88- 
3.33 



8.08 

2.83- 

3.33 



2.75 
2.75 



3.33 

3.00 

3.00- 

3 33 

3.25 

3.00 



Week 



$24 00 
20.50 
20.50 
24.00 



10 00- 

26.00 

23.50 

22.50 

23.50 



20.00 
18.00 
19.00 
18.00 



20 50 
1950 
30.50 



19.00 



18.00 

18.50 

U5 50 



18.50 
17.00 
1800 



18 50 

19 50 
17.00- 
20.00 

' 18.00- 
[ 19.00 
1850 

20.00 
U9.00 



16.50 
16.50 

» 17.00 



20 00 

18.00 

18.00- 

20 00 

19.50 

18.00 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



•0.75 
.50 
.50 
.75 



.50 

.50 
.50 
.50 



.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 



.50 
.50 
.50 



.50 



.50 
.50 
.50 



.50 
.50 
.50 



.50 
.50 

.50 



.50 
.50 

.50 



.50 
.50 

.50 



.50 
.50 

.50 

.50 
.50 



Sundnys 

and 

HoUdAys 

(Hour) 



$1.00 
.85H 

1.00 



.50 

.84 
.50 



.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 



.78 
.50 



.50 



.50 
.50 

.64%s 



.50 
.50 



.50 
.50 

.70>i 



.50 



{ •?»« 



70H 



.50 
.50 

:2« 



.50 

.50 

.75 

.83H 

.50 

.50 



HouBs OP Labor 



Day 



(! 



9 
9 

8 

8 

9 

8 

•8 
9 



9 

9 

•8 

9 



8 



Week 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



48 
48 

48 
48 



48 

54 
56 
56 
56 



48 
48 
48 
48 



56 
56 
56 



54 



48 
54 

48 



54 
54 
56 



54 
54 

48 

48 
54 

48 

48 
54 



54 
54 

48 
54 



48 
48 

48 

48 
48 



} - 



* If the regular stableman woriu 7 days or nights at his option $3.50 is paid for the eztrn day or night. 
> Work 8 hours a day from December 1 to April 1. and 9 hours a day from April 1 to December 1. 

* When only one man is employed he receives $18.50. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 12 



STATISTICS OF LABOR 



1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1918: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 









Ratbs of Waqeb 1 


HouBS OF Labob 


















Number 


Occupations and 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUNXCTPAUTUBB. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 










(Hour) 






holiday 


















in Effect 


BrlcklaTWi. 


















Attleborough. 


tO.55 


14.40 


$24.20 


$1.10 


$1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Beverly. . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Boston, . 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Brockton, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Cambridge, . 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1?^ 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Clinton, . 






.65 


6.20 


28.60 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Dedham, 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Fall River, . 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


48 


— 


Fitchburg, 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


1.20 


8 


48 


— 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


.97H 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Gardner, 






.55 


4.40 


26.40 


•m 


1.10 


8 


48 


-> 


Gloucester, . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Great Barrington, 






M^ 


4.50 


27.00 


1.12H 


Ji?^ 


8 


48 


- 


Greenfield, . 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


48 


— 


HaverhiU, . 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


48 


3 


Holyoke. 






.62H 


5.00 


27.50 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Lawrence, 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Lenox, . 






•62H 


5.00 


27.50 


.93^ 


1.25 


8 


44 


13 


LowbU. . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Lynn, 

Marlborough, . 
New Bedford, 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Newburyport, 






.55 


4.40 


24.20 


.82H 


.S2H 


8 


44 


12 


Newton, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


North Adams. 






.56K 


4.50 


27.00 


iim 


1.12H 


8 


48 


-. 


Northampton, 






.62^ 


5.00 


30.00 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


48 


— 


Pittsfield. 






.62>| 


5.00 


27.60 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Plymouth. 






.55 


4.40 


26.40 


•S2\i 


1.10 


8 


48 


3 


Quincy, . 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Salem, . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 








.46H 


3.75 


22.50 


.70H 


• TOH 


8 


48 


— 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Taunton, 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


1.20 


8 


48 


- 


Waltham, 






.65 


5 20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Westfield. . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Wobum. 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


- 


- 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


.97H 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


BridM and Structural 
Iron Work«n. 


















Boston 


•:S^ 


5.00 


27.50 


1.25 


1.25 


« 


44 


12 


Worcester 


4.50 


24.76 


MH 


1.12H 


8 


44 


12 


H4lper9. 


















Boston, 


.45 


3.60 


19.80 


.67H 


.90 


8 


44 


12 


BuUdinf L»borm. 


















Boston (hod carriers), . 


.85 


2.80 


15.40 


MH 


.53H 


8 


44 


13 


Boston (laborers), . 




.30 


2.40 


17!60 


.45 


.45 


8 


44 


13 


Brockton, 






.40 


8.2d 


.80 


.80 


8 


44 


12 


Cambridge, . 






.35 


3.80 


15.40 


.62H 


52H 


8 


44 


13 


Easthampton, 








8.00 


18.00 


.75 


.75 


8 


48 


- 


Holyoke, 






.Z7}i 


3.00 


16.50 


.75 


.75 


8 


44 


12 


Lawrence. 






28^ 


2.25 


12.88 


.42^s 


.43%s 


8 


44 


12 


LoweU, . . 






{ is 


2.40 
3.64 


13.20 
14.53 


} - • 


/ .60 
1 .66 


1 « 


44 


12 


Lvnn, 
Newton, . 






.40 


3.30 


17.60 


.80 


.80 


8 


44 


13 






.35 


2.80 


15.40 


.52M 


.70 


8 


44 


12 


Northampton, 






.87H 


3.00 


18.00 


.75 


.76 


8 


48 


- 


Pittsfield, 






.35 


3.80 


15.40 


.52H 


.70 


8 


44 


13 


^rin^eid, . 






.38 
.37H 


3.04 
3.00 


16.73 
16.50 


T75 


775 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


Worcester aaborsrs). 




.85 


380 


15.40 


.52H 


.70 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester (hod carriers). 


.35 


2.80 


1680 


.70 


.70 


8 


48 


6 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



so. «7.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. 



I. 13 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October ly 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 











RxTsa or WAOsa 


Houaa or Labor 


OoCVPAnOlOi MXJ> 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sunday* 






Number 
of Months 


MUKKIFAUFUa. 


Hoar 


Day 


.Week 


and^ 

HoUdayt 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


CaMiMtlUkHB. 


















i&« Canenttn—Skop and 
MiUnun.) 




































Bortoo: 


















FSntelan. . . . . 


".^ 


14 50 


137.00 


I0.84H 

:.T4 


I0 84H 


8 


48 


14 


SaeoDdelaai. 




435 


35.50 


8 


48 


»4 


Thirdeiaas. 




.45 


3.50 


31.50 


67H 


8 


48 


14 


FoQithdaai. 




.40 


330 


19.30 


.00 


!60 


8 


48 


»4 


Belpen (fint cImb). . 


.84H 


3.75 


1650 


•SlH 


MH 


8 


48 


M 


Oanwntan- 


















Uvreoce, .... 


{ :^- 


1 54- 
3.18 


85(K 
13 10 


;S^ 


sir 


) ^ 


54 


13 


Floarla^iTM. 


















OQa^Iif . • . . , 


.55 


4 40 


34 30 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


13 


Houae Carp$nUrs. 


















Adams. . . . 




iZH 


350 


31 00 


.65H 


• 87H 


8 


48 


- 


.4adover. 








A7H 


383 


31.01 


.71H 


1 .95k 
1.00 


/ « 


44 


13 


Agpoo. 








.50 


400 


33.00 


.75 


^ 8 


44 


12 








.35 


3.80 


1580 


:t?^ 


.53H 


8 


48 


- 


Attieborooch. 








.88H 


8.08 


18 48 


.77 


8 


48 


_ 


Beraiy, . 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


1.00 


1.50 


8 


44 


13 


fioalOD, . 








.55 


4.40 


34 30 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


13 


finintree. 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 










.50 


4.00 


33.00 


/ .75 

\ 1 00 

1.10 


} 1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Biwkliae, 








.55 


4.40 


34.30 


^ 1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Ctmbridv. 








.55 


4.40 


34.30 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


GwtonT 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


SH«^- 








.55 


4.40 


34.30 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


13 


Sw». 










3.75 


30.53 




.989< 


8 


44 


13 


Cliirtoo. . 








.4791 


3.83 


31.00 


•71N 


95H 


8 


44 


13 


CoiiaM, 








4t77i' 


8.83 


31 00 


1 43^ 


1.43H 


8 


44 


12 


Coocwd, 








!50 


4.00 


33 00 


.75 


1.00 


, 8 


44 


12 


D«^ 








.47K 


3.83 


31.00 


•71H 


{.i:2S^ 


« 


44 


12 








.50 


400 


33 00 


.75 


1.00 


' 8 


44 


12 








.40^ 


3.35 


I9 60 


.61 




8 


48 


- 








.50 


4.00 


33 00 


.75 


iToo 


8 


44 


12 








.55 


4 40 


34.30 


.83H 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 








.43 


3.35 


30.10 


.63 


.84 


8 


48 


- 








.48H 


8.50 


31.00 


.65H 


.87H 


8 


48 


- 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 








.35 


3.80 


10.80 


.53H 


.70 


8 


48 


- 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


1.00 


1.50 


8 


44 


12 








m 


3.50 
3.00 


31.00 
18.00 


nti 


.87H 
.75 


8 
8 


48 
48 


"" 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 








.41 


3.38 


10.08 


61H 


.83 


8 


48 


- 








.50 


4.00 


33.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


13 








.45 


3.00 


19.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


44 


12 








.87H 


3.00 


18.00 


MH 


.75 


8 


48 


- 




.50 


4.00 


33.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 



> Maka up time during weak. 

> Time and one-half on holidairs and double pay on Sundays. 

* Foremen receive 50 cents extra a day, or 524.75 a week. 

* Triple pay on Labor Day. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 14 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 









Rates or Wac 


ISS 




Houns or Labor 


















Number 


Occupations and 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUXICXPALITICB. 


Hour 


Day 


Weak 


and 

Holidays 

(Hoiff) 


D«r 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















In Effect 


CarpMHtn — Gk>n. 


















HpuM CarpwUn — Con, 


















Ipswiolii ..... 


10.50 


14.00 


$22.00 


$1.00 


$1.50 




44 


12 


Lawrence f Union A), . 




S.OO 


16.50 


.56K 


.75 




44 


12 


Lawrence (Union B), . 


8.82 


2100 


.71H 


95^ 




44 


13 


Lawrenoe (Frenoh union), . 


'a7H 


8.83 


21.00 


.71H 


.95H 




44 


12 


Lawrence (German union), . 




8.83 


21.00 


.71H 


.96>^ 




44 


12 


Lee 


i43H 


3.50 


21.00 


.65k 


.87>| 




48 


— 


Lenox, . 




•44H 


8.56 


10.58 


66H 


.89 




44 


12 


Leominster, . 




43^ 


3.50 


21.00 


■m 


.87H 




48 


— 


LoweU. . 




.45 


3.00 


19.80 


.90 




44 


13 


Lynn, 
lUlden. . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1. 00 ! 




44 


12 




.65 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 ! 




44 


12 


Manchester, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.50 




44 


12 


Mansfield, 




.41 


3.28 


19.68 


.61H 


.82 




48 


4 


Marblehead, . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 




44 


12 


Marion, . 




.41 


3.28 


19.68 


■m 


.82 




48 


3 


Marlborough, 




.45 


8.60 


19.80 


.90 




44 


12 


Maynard, 
Medford, 




.87H 


3.00 


16.50 




" 




44 


12 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


iTio 


1.10 




44 


12 


Melrose, . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 




44 


12 


Methuen, 




ATH 


3.82 


21.00 


.6^ 


.95H 




44 


12 


Middleboroucfc 


1, . . . 


.45 


8.60 


10.80 


.90 


8 


44 


12 


Milford, . 




ATH 


3.82 


21.00 


mII 


.95H 


8 


44 


12 


Milton, . 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Nahant, . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


:75 


1.50 


8 


44 


12 


Natick, . 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


.S2H 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Needham, 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


.82H 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


NewBed/ord, . . . 


.41 


3.28 


10.68 


.6lH 


.82 


S 


48 




Newburyixwt, 


.40 


3.20 


17.60 


.60 


.80 


8 


44 


12 


Newton, . . . . 


.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


North Adams, 


■^ 


8.50 


21.00 


.65H 


.87H 


8 


48 


— 


Northampton, 


3.25 


10.50 


.61 


.81K 


8 


48 


— 


North Attleborough, . 


.41 


8.28 


18.04 


.61H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Norwood, .... 


:1% 


3.82 


21.00 


.96H 


.95H 


8 


44 


12 


Pittsfield. 




8.55 


19.50 


.66H 


. .88H 


8 


44 


12 


Plsrmouth, 




A7H 


3.82 


21.01 


{':2^ 


} .95H 


8 


44 


12 


Quincy, 
Randolph. 




.50 
.50 


4.00 
4.00 


22.00 
22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


Reading, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


iToo 


iToo 


8 


44 


12 


Revere, . 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


13 


Rockland, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Salem OJnion A), . 
Salem (French union), . 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.50 


8 


44 


12 


Saugus 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Sharon, . 




A7H 


3.82 


21.01 


.71H 


.96H 


8 


44 


12 


Somenrille, 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 






.41 


3.38 


10.68 


1.00 


.82 


8 


48 






:JS« 


3.75 
4.00 


20.62 
22.00 


.98K 
I.OO^ 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


Stoughton, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


13 


Taunton, 




.87H 


3.00 


18.00 


.56K 


.75 


8 


48 


-■ 


Wakefield, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.76 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Waltham, 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Ware, 
Wareham, 




■m 


2.75 
3.80 


16.50 
22.80 


.51H 


■.^ 


8 
8 


48 
48 


: 


Wareham (cement). 


.55 


4.40 


26.40 


8271 


1.10 


8 


48 


- 


Westborough, 


.40H 


3.25 


10.50 


.61 


.81^ 


8 


48 


— 


Westfield 


.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Whitman, . . . . 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1. 00 


8 


44 


12 


Williamstown, 


.43K 


3.50 


21.00 


.65H 


.mi 


8 


48 


— 


Winchester, . . . . 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


I.OO 


8 


44 


12 


Wlnthrop, . . . . 


.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Wobum, . . . . 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.76 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester (Union A), . 


A7H 


3.82 


21.01 


.71H 


.95H 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester (Union B). . 


A7H 


8.82 


21.01 


\ .95H 


} -WH 


8 


44 


12 



1 Time and one-half from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; double time thereafter. 
* Time and one-half from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. ; double time thereafter. 



Digitized by 



VnOOgle 



XO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. I. 15 



UnioH Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Ratss or Waoss 


HouM or Labor 


















Number 


MuznopALiruB. 


Hour 


Dny 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(How) 


iHy 


Week 


of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 

in Effect 


OariMBtOTi — Con. 


















SJkip CarptnUn. 


















Boston, 


/•0.43K- 


$8.60- 


$31.00- 


$0.87H- 


$0.87H- 


} ^ 


48 






j .50 


4.00 


34.00 


1.00 


1.00 


"■ 


Qwacy, 


{ itnl" 


3.38- 
8.00 


14.00- 
18.00 






8 


48 


- 


8ic^ mnd Mmtntn. 


















Atbol(catnnetmakaT8). 


, mi 


8.00 


10.07 


.60 


.60 


9 


60 


13 


Boston (Union A). 


I .46 


3.30- 
8.00 


l».3m 
31.00 


.80- 
.90 


.80- 
.90 


} 8H 


48 


12 


Boston (Union B): 


















Cabinet makers. 


.46 


8.00 


/ 31.16 
\ 21.00 


} '^ 


.90 


m 


/ 47 

I 48 


} ^* 


Minhands. . . . 


1 .« 


8.80 
8.00 


10.74- 
31.00 


.84- 
.90 


.84- 
.90 


] m 


/ 47 
\ 48 


J *^ 


8hop carpentscs, . 


.46 


8.00 


/ 31.16 
\ 31.00 
13.89^ 
19.46 


} .90 


.90 


8H 


/ 47 
48 


J " 


Holyoka, .... 


i w 


3.60- 
8.60 


•7^1' 


} * 


60 


12 


Loiiell. 


3.71- 
8.01 


16.00- 
30.00 




'7^ 


1 »H 


62H 


12 


Lynn (bench and machine 


} *.S^ 


8.43- 


19.00- 


\bU 


.70- 








^»«) 


I -43 


8.78 


31.00 


.68 


.84 


9 


60 


12 


ICewton: 


















Benchhands, . . . 


.42 


8.04 


30.10 


.84 


.84 


8H 


48 


12 


5^?^ .... 


.83 


3.77 


16.80 


.04 


.04 


m 


48 


12 


1W«*^ . • • 


.43 


8.04 


30.10 


.84 


.84 


8H 


48 


12 


Ssndsfs and shippers. 


.38 


8.80 


18.34 


.70 


.70 


8^ 


48 


12 




.43 


8.04 


30.10 


.84 


.84 


8H 


48 


12 


Turners and sawyers, 


.43 


8.04 


30.10 


.84 


.84 


8H 


48 


12 


Sskm, 


.40 


8.00 


30.00 


.00 


.80 


9 


60 


12 


SUnrbuiUen. 


















Boston. 


.66 


4.40 


34.30 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Wkmf mnd Briige CarjmUerM, 


















Boston (Unkm A). 


{ :^ 


}3.00 


17.40 


{ ^ 


f 


9 
10 


68 
68 


>,; 


Boston (Unkm B). 


.47 


8.70 


30.08 




8 


44 


Boston Csand machine men). 


.40 


8.30 


17.00 


.80 


.80 


8 


44 


18 


^^ Wood Cordon. 
Btoton, 


/ .41- 
1 .70H 


8.8&- 
6.04 


18.00- 
81.00 


.83 

1.41 


.83 
1.41 


} • 


44 


12 


OiBtont Workm. 


















Finuhen. 


















B«tan 


.«3H 


6.00 


37.60 


1.36 


1.36 


8 


44 


12 


(nittton, . 


.06 


6.30 


38.00 


.97M 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


w"^ • '• • 


.00 


4.80 


38.80 


.90 


1.30 


8 


48 




^^••^wnrport.' 


.06 
.66 


6.30 
4.40 


38.00 
34.20 


:^ 


1.80 
.83H 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


^ .'•"*". . . 


.46 


8.00 


10.80 


.07H 


.90 


8 


U 


12 


. L«6orsr«. 


















^Tan, . . , . . 


.86 


3.80 


16.40 


•MH 


.70 


8 


44 


12 


SirottMon, 


















Umn, 


.80 


3.40 


18.30 


.46 


.00 


8 


44 


12 


Chaadilkr Malnn. 

Boston: 


















.83 


3.88 


16.00 






9 


60 


12 


uS^ ... 


.80 
.80 


8.34 
8.34 


18.00 
1800 


- 


- 


9 
9 


60 
60 


12 
12 




.43 


8.78 


31.00 


. 


-. 


9 


50 


12 


risshands, • . : : 


.80 


8.34 


18.00 


" 


~ 


9 


60 


12 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 16 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hovra of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 19 IS: 

MunicipaUUes — Continued. 



By 



Occupations akd 

MUNIdPALITIBS. 



Clf AT Boi Maktri. 

Boston: 
Foremen, 

Nailera, 

Printm, 
Sawyers, 

Olarki. 

Worcester: 
Wine clerks (new). 
Wine clerks (1 year's ej 

perience). 
Rectifiers (bead). 
Rectifiers, . 

Compotlton. 

New9paper$ — Day Work. 
Boston. . 
Brockton, 

Fall River, . 

Holyoke (hand). . 
Holyoke (machine). 
Lowell. . 
Now Bedford, 



Springfield, 
Worcester, 



NewtjMpert — Ifighl Work. 
Boston, .... 

LoweU 

New Bedford, 

Springfield, . 

Worcester, . . . , 

Nowvapert — Third Shifi. 
Boston, .... 

Book and Job — Day Work. 
Boston, . 

Brodcton, 

Fall River. . 

Fitohburg, 

Framingham, 

Greenfield, 

Holyoke, 

Leominster, 

LowbU, . 

Marlborough. . 

New Bedford, 

NewburyixMt, 

North Aaams, 

Pittsfield, 

Springfield, 

Taunton, 

Worosster, 



Ratbs or Waoss 



Hour 



.31M 
. .83H 

.36^ 



.72 



Day 



$8.79 
2.68 
2.71 
2.89 
8.09 
3.09 



2.17 

2.67 
4.64 
3.27 



4.41 

8.76 

300- 

8.67 

3.25 

8.60 

8.88 

3.33 

8.83 

8.00- 
8.60 

4 69 
3.84 
3.60 

400 

8.60- 
4.00 



6.04 



3.60 

3.00 

2.67- 

8.00 

2.67 

2.64 

2.61 

3.00 

2.67 

3.46 

2.60 

8.00 

2.69 

2.33 

2.48 

2.60 

2.60 

2.76 



Week 



121.00 
14.00 
16.00 
16.00 
17.00 
17.00 



18.00 

16.00 
26.00 
18.00 



26.46 

22.60 

18-00- 

22.00 

19.60 

21.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

18.00- 
21.00 



28.14 
23.00 
21.00 

24.00 

21.00- 
24.00 



30.24 



21.00 

18.00 

16.00- 

18.00 

16.00 

16.00 

14.00 

18.00 

16.00 

19.00 

16.00 

18.00 

16.00 

14.00 

14.00 

16.00 

16.00 

16.60 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



-32H 
.40 






Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 






.43H 



.00 



.87H 

.76 

.66HH 

.76 

.60 

.60 

.86M, 

.62^ 

.76 

.62^ 

.4314 

.68^1 

.62ii 

.62ii 

.61^ 



HouBS or Labor 



Day 



M 

1^ 



Week 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



48 
48 



48 
48 



60 

60 
66 
66 



42 

48 

48 

48 
48 
48 
48 

48 
48 

42 
48 
48 

48 
48 

42 

48 
48 



8 


48 


- 


8 


48 


4 


8 


47M 


7 


BH 


48 


12 


8 


48 


12 


8 


48 


4 


8 


44 


12 


8 


48 


8 


8 


48 




SH 


48 


12 


8 


48 


. 


8H 


48 


12 


8 


48 


— 


8 


48 


12 


8 


48 


2 



12 
12 



12 
12 



^ Saturday half-holiday granted in many cases where time is made up during other days of week. 
> After midnight, double time. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 191S. 



I. 17 



Unicn Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 





RJL 


naa or Waom 






HouM or Labor 


OocuPAnom axd 


Hour 


D*y 


a 

Week ti 
(H 


irsr- 
me 
our) 


Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half. 
hoUday 
in Effect 


Conpcwtton — Con. 


















Book mmd Job-- Night Wcrk. 
Borton. 


tO-WH 


84.38 


835.86 80 


90H 


81.30H 


7 


43 


1 • 


LinOwpe Optroion. 


.48 




38.00 
33.00 
18.00 
31.00 
18.00 
31.00 
33.00 
18.00 
16.00 
31.00 


73 

65fi; 

56H 

50 

65H 


.96 


8 
8 
8 
8 

8 


48 
48 
48 
48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 


1- 


FkBRiW 


.45K 




91H 
56K 
75 


« 




.Vtl 


4 


^^' .... 
Lomuoater, .... 
Nev Bedford (day). . . 
N«v Bedford {nicht). . . 

SSST^ : 


•S3 
1^ 


13 

4 

13 
13 


Taaoum 


.48^ 


13 


Fortmeii. 
FStefabofg. .... 
LBomioslar, .... 


:l^ 


8.17 
8.17 


19.00 
19.00 




- 


8 
8 


48 
48 


4 
4 


Bcmod:> 

Nnr^mper. night. . . 

Nevirwper, day. 

N0«mftper.lobflter shift. . 

Book and |ob. day. . . 
^BookandjS.mtht. . . 


.67 
.08 

.73 

!60^ 


4.86 
4.41 
5.04 
8.50 
4.38 
3.51 


88.14 
36.46 
80.34 
31.00 
35.86 
14.00 


87 
83 


.87 
.83 


7 
7 
7 
8 
7 


43 
43 
43 
48 
43 
48 


i- 
13 


Mrnekin* TmUtrt. 
F^RxTsr. .... 


.45H 


8.67 


33.00 


9SH 


.91H 


8 


48 


- 


CookB and warn. 


















Cookt. 

Boston (marine). . 


, 


- { 


•55.00- \ 
70.00 / • 

•10.00 
•10.00 
•15.00 
•13.00 

•13.00 

•13.00 
• 13.00 
•13.00 
•15.00 

•9.00 

15.00 

13.00 
6.00 




. 


. 


. 




Brockton: 
AsMlant (man). 
AMstant (woman). . 
Flm cook (man), 
gilt cook (woman). . 
Usat and order eook 

(woman), 
Heat and pastry eook 

JTiS^ider oc^ok (ian); 
0^ eook (day). . . 
gisby cook (man). . 

gUndor^inier«K>k); 


.2m 

3 

.10 


1.48 
1.67 
3.14 
3.00 

3.00 

3.00 
1.71 
1.73 
3.14 
1.50 
3.13 
1.71 
1.00 


35 
35 
35 

35 

.35 

.35 
.35 
.35 
.35 
.35 
.35 
.35 


•35 
•35 
•35 
•35 

•35 

•35 
•35 
•35 
•35 
•35 
•.35 
•35 
1.00 


10 
10 

13 
10 
10 

9 
9 
10 


70 
54 
70 
54 

54 

54 
84 
70 
70 
54 
63 
63 
60 


- 


St€iMrit, Marine. 
Boston 


- 


- { 


•55.00- \ 
85.00 / 


- 


- 




- 


- 



* Saturday half-holiday granted in many oases where time is made up during other days of week. 

* 'HMBe minimnm rates are also paid to: Ckipy cutters, nmke-ups. stone hands, bank men. oorreotmen. typ« 
castcn and maflhine tesiders. 

' With board; rate per month. 

* With board; mfaim^ im, 

* Double pay on Labor Day. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 18 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 







Ratks or Waoks 




HouBs or Labor 


















Number 


OOCUFATIOKB AJTO 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Ovei^ 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 

in Effect 


CookB and Watlm 


















-Con. 


















Waiters. 


















Boston (Union A), 


to. 10 


1100 


1130 00 


80.50 


10.50 


10 


70 


_ 


Boston (Union B): 


















Clubs 


• 13H 


1.33 


«40 00 


.30 


.30 


10 


65 


• 12 


Hotels 


.15^ 


1 54 


«10 00 


.30 


.30 


10 


65 


« 12 


Noon waiters, . 


.20H 


•83H 


•500 


.30 


.30 


4 


24 




Party and banquet men 


















(drees suits), . 


_ 


•200 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


Party and banquet men 


















aackets) 


_ 


• 3 00 


_ 


« 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


Restaurants and caf^s, 


•im 


1.84 


M2.00 


.30 


30 


10 


•65 


12 


Sunday men. 




'8.00 


~. 






10 






Brockton, .... 


.185^ 




• 12.00 


.25 


•25 




65 


^ 


Lynn (day) 


■ 10^ 


l"43 


10.00 


.25 


•26 


9 


63 


_ 


!io 


1 80 
1.00 


13.00 
6.00 


.25 


•25 
1.00 


9 
10 


63 
60 


- 


Waitrenet. 


















Brockton 


.18 


- 


•7.00 


.25 


•25 


- 


54 


- 


Lsmn, 


.12 


- 


7.00 
600 


~ 


- 


/ 7- 
\ 9 
I 7- 
1 


} 58 
} ^ 




Springfield 


MH 


- 


Cooparif Brtwwy. 


















(Set Brewery Workmen.) 


















Coopan.Wood. 


















Boston (hand). . 


- 


- 


/ 19.50- 
\ 19.80 


T- 


.65- 
.73H 


9- 
10 


54- 

60 


f *•- 


Boston (machine). 


- 


- 


/ 15.00- 
\ 18.00 


:^ 


.50- 
■66H 


9- 
10 


54- 

60 


f '•- 


Townsend 




2.1«:> 
2.70 


"12.00- 
15.00 


} - 




9 


50 


13 




















Boston, 


.45 


890 


21.60 


.67H 


.90 


BH 


48 


12 


Oomnaktn. 


















(See Moldmrt.) 


















Outtinc Dto Mid Cuttir 
MakKi. 

Brockton (finishers). 


















/ .26- 
l .41H 


2.09- 
3.47 


12.0(^ 
20 00 


"wt 


.50- 


] BH 


48 


12 


Brockton (forgers), 


/ AZH- 


3.((1- 
5.21 


21 00- 
30 00 


.65H- 


1 BH 


48 


12 


HawhiU 

Salem: 
Die f oners. . . . 


j .2B- 
\ .57H 


2.13- 
4.89 


12.0(^ 
27.60 


il^ 


.50- 
1.15 


] BH 


48 


12 


.48 


4.18 


28 00 


.72 


.96 


BH 


48 


12 


Finishen. .... 




3.25 


18.00 




.75 


gti : 


48 


12 


Grinders. .... 


sB 


2.71 


15.00 


•62H 
■56k 


gH 


48 


12 


Handle makers. . 




244 


1850 


.42H 


8^ 


48 


12 


Helpers. .... 


.16H 


1.44 


8.00 


.25 


.88H 


W 


48 


12 



1 Bate per month. 
> Rate per month, with board. 
I One-half day off in seven. 
« With board. 

• With 2 meals a day. 

• With one meal. 



7 With 8 meals a day. 

• Minimum, with board. 

• Double pay on Labor Day. 

^* Saturday half-holiday during entire year granted by some employers. 
11 Average. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. 



I. 19 



Unwn Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 







Ratbb or WAOsa 


HocM or Labor 


















Number 


OOCUPATIOKS AXD 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


Mu2aciPALrrtES. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdayi 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


Decortort. 


















Attleboroagh. 

BostoQ (Hebrew uaioD), 


•-n 


$3.28 
368 


$18.04 
20.24 


«,JJH 


10 82 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


BottoD (Uiiion B). 


.&5 


4.40 


24.20 


1 10 


TlO 


8 


44 


12 


BoitoD (Hyde Park). 




.46 


3.68 


20.24 


.92 


- 


8 


44 


12 


Biwktoii. . . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


BrooUue, 




.ftS 


4.40 


24.20 


1 10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


C^tm, . 




.41 


328 


18.04 


61H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Oxnoni 




.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.61H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Fm River. . . 




.42 


3.36 


18.48 


63 


.84 


8 


44 


12 


Ftamiocfaain. 




.40 


i3.20 


17.60 


.60 


.80 


8 


44 


12 


Gkmeeeter. . . 




.41 


3.28 


18.04 


•61H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Great BvrinctoQ, . 




.40H 


3.26 


10.50 


.61 


SIH 


8 


48 




Hinchain, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


HSofcT . . 




■.^n 


3.64 


20.02 


:S^ 


.91 


8 


44 


12 


LaaneDoe, 




3.48 


19.14 


.87 


8 


44 


12 


laSa.- 




.46 


3.60 


19.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


44 


12 




.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Marfafebead. ! 




.41 


828 


18 04 


OIH 
•61H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


MttUmougli. . . 




.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


NevBediSrd. 




.37H 


3.00 


1650 


.56K 


.75 


8 


44 


12 


NevtoQ, 




.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


A<l VUUdi 




.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Kttafirid, 




, m 


3.56 


19.58 


.89 


.89 


8 


44 


12 


BooUanJ. . . 




2.75 


16 50 


.51H 


.68H 


8 


48 




Sdm, . . . 




:?r 


4.80- 
6.00 


26 40- 
33.00 


.90- 
1 12H 


1.20- 
1.50 


} " 


44 


12 


SonerviUe, . 




.45 


3.60 


10.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


44 


12 


Sprinffieid. . . 
Tiontoo. 




i.45H 


3.64 


20 03 


.68^ 


.91 


8 


44 


12 






3.08 


16.94 


.571% 


.77 


8 


44 


12 


Wihrter. . . 




'.ZIH 


2.50 


15 00 


.46^i 


•4»H 


8 


48 




Wbtfield, . . 




.45V6 


3.64 


20 02 


.68^ 


.91 


8 


44 


12 


WUfiaontoini, 




87^1 


3.00 


18.00 


MH 


.75 


8 


48 




WoTOrter. . . 




i45H 


3.64 


20.02 




.91 


8 


44 


12 


Itoetrieil Worinn. 


















Inside Wiremen. 


















Brnrb-. 


.49 


3.68 


20.24 


.92 


.92 


8 


44 


12 


Bonon (Union A), 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


FiflRiVer. . . 




.S7H 


3.00 


18.00 


MH 


.75 


8 


48 


- 


CHoeenter, . 




.4« 


3.68 


/ 20.24 
\ 22.08 


«.69 
.92 


} " 


8 


/«44 
I 48 


} • 


HmriiiU, . 




.S7H 


3.00 


18 00 


.56K 


.75 


8 


48 


4 


Holyoke. . . 




.44H 


3.56 


1958 


MH 


.89 


8 


44 


12 


Lo»dl, . . . 




.30 


2.60 


14.40 


.45 


.60 


8H 


48 


12 


I-Jim, . 




■43K 


3.50 


19.47 


■m 


.87H 


8 


44H 


12 


Q«ney. . . 




.45 


3.60 


19.80 


.90 


8 


44 


12 


SprincfieU. . . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


{I'd 

.90 


} 1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Womiter. . . 




.45 


3.60 


19.80 


.90 


8 


44 


12 


Intidt Wirttnen*9 Helpen. 


















FiURiver. . . . 


.25 


2.00 


12.00 


.37H 


.50 


8 


48 


- 


Hatvriiin: 


















Appcentioes (two yemn), . 


.OM^ 


.75 


450 


.14 


.18W 


8 


48 


4 


187% 


1.50 


900 


.28H 


.37H 


8 


48 


4 


.Appieatieee (three yean). . 


siK 


2.50 


15.00 


.46J< 


.62^ 


8 


48 


4 


WoMter. .... 


.28H 


228 


12.54 


.57 


.57 


8 


44 


12 


Woiwum (apprentices, aeoond 


















iwr), 


.17H 


1.40 


7.70 


.35 


.35 


8 


44 


12 



t Minimum. 

> Time and one-half to 10 r.M.; double time thereafter. 

* Forty-eifht hours for 6 months and 44 hours for 6 months. 

* Time and one-half from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; double time thereafter. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 20 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Howre of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

Municipalitiee — Continued. 





Ratbs or Waoss i 




MUNXdPAUTIIto. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 

HoUdays 
(Hour) 


Di«r 


Week 


Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 


■tootrlMl Work&n — Con, 


















Boeton 

FaU River 

Fall River (groondmen), 

Springfield 

Worcester 


.38H 


$8 50 
3.75 
3.00 
/ 3.35- 
8.00 
3.57 


$31.00 
16.50 
13.00 
18.50- 
18.00 
15. 8» 


■.56K 


'.87H- 


^8 


48 
54 
54 
48 
54 
54 


^•: 


lltcUoVypwi and Stir- 


















Bteetrotpper: 
Boeton: 

Batterymen and oaaters, . 

Builders. .... 

Fii^^shen 

Floor hands, 

Molders 

Springfield. .... 


•41H 

.41H 

.46H 

.ilH 

.50 

.50 


8.65 
3.65 
4.10 
8.65 
4.88 
4.00 


30 00 
30.00 
33.50 
30.00 
34.00 
34.00 


'«3H 
.75 
• .75 


.88H 

'88H 
1.00 
1.00 


8 


48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 


12 
12 
12 
13 
13 


SUrtotifper; 


















Boston (day). 


.5»H 


4.16H 


35.00 


•.70 

\ .80 

.80 


1.19 


7 


43 


- 


Boston (night), 

FaU River 

LoweU 

Springfield 


MH 

:?I^ 


Mils 

4.08 


35.00 
18.50- 
38.00 
18.00 
34 50 


.56Ji 
1.02 


6 

8 


86 

46 

48 
48 


13 


I]«falor Oonstraetora. 


















Boston 


.60 


4 80 


36.40 


1 20 


1.20 


8 


44 


13 


Htlper$. 
Boston. 


.89 


8.13 


17.16 


.78 


.78 


8 


44 


13 


Ekmltor Optraton. 


















Boston: 
Elevator men, . 


.33« 


/ 3.03 
i 3.34 
/ 3.03 


} 18.00 


.25 


.88% 


1 10 


} 58 


4 


Porters 


.33^^ 


13 00 


.25 


.88% 


/ » 

/ » 
\ 10 


58 


4 


Starters 


.35M 


3.34 
1 3.88 


] 15.00 


.25 


.89 


] 58 


4 


■nginMn, Stationary 
and Steam. 




\ 3.67 






/ 




Adams, 

Boston 

Brockton: 
Firstdass, .... 


.43 

{ -.T- 


4.80 

4.67- 

5.84 


35.80 
88.00- 
35.00 

38.00 


I'oSt 


ri6%- 

1.46 


} « 

10 


60 
48 


- 


Second class, 


- 


- 


34.00 


- 


- 


/ 8- 
10 


1 - 


- 


Third class. 


- 


- 


31.00 


. 


- 


1 8- 
10 


1 - 


- 


Fall River (breweries), . 


/ .34- 
\ .50 


3.73- 
4.00 


19.00- 
38.00 


} - 


/ .34- 
1 .50 


8- 
12 


] 56 


- 


FaU River (electric stations), 


.37>4 


/ 8 00- 
t 4.50 


} 21.00 


.50 


.37H 


8- 
t 13 


j 56 


- 



^ In electric Ught plants. 

s Tdephone men have Saturday half-hoUday. 

• Saturday night. . 



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NO. 97.] 



UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1918. 



L 21 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
MunidpaliHes — Continued. 



OOCUPATZOSCS Ain) 
MUXZCZPALZTZKS. 



fnflMMi, autkniMT 
and Steam — Con. 

HftTerhill. 

Holyoke. 
Lo««U: 

Rmclaas, . 

aeooodclan. 

Third elafls, 
Lynn: 

Fbvtdaas. . 

Stoond class. 

Third class, 
PStlifirid. 

Qomey (Union A), 
QiiDey (Union B), 
Sslem: 

Rrrt daa8.s 
Second class,* 
Third claas,> 
Tirstc 



Second daas, 

Tmntan: 
rust dais. . 
Second class. 
Third class. 



ffrtman, Stalloiiary. 



Bortoo (marine). 

Brack ton, 
FftU Rirer, . 



FHdiburg, 

Gardner, 

HoWse. 

Lynn (one boiler), 

Ijyvn (two or more boilers), 

NevBedford, 

North Adams, 

NorUiampton, 
Kttsfield. 



Firemen, 
Hetpen. 
Oilen. . 



Ratbs of Wages 



Hour 



Day 



$8.0(^ 
5.00 
4.00 



3.43 
3.00 
2.57 



2.72 



Week 



$18.00- 
25 00 
22.00 

S23.00 

>21.00 

18.00 

25.00 
21 00 
18.00 
21.00 
16.00 
18.00 

29.00 
23.00 
20.00 
23.00 
20.00 

24.00 
21.00 
18.00 



19.50 

[•40.00 

19.25 
14.28- 
10.80 
17.50 
•14.00 
17.50 
15.00 
17.50- 
19.20 
15.12 

19.00 

15.75 
16.40 

17.50 
14.00 
14.00 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 



HouBS OF Labor 



80.45- 


•0.45- 


.62Vi 


.62H 


1.00 


1.00 


.63% 


.85% 


.58^4 


.78 


.50 


MH 


:S^ 


- 


.90 


— 


.67H 


.90 


.37H 


.76 


i 


.69H- 


5^" 


•m- 


•JJI^ 


1^ 


.53^- 


.58M- 


.i2H 


.42H 


- 


.85M 


- 


.75 




.64M 


Tl7- 


7l7- 


.20 


.20 




.31>i 


.20 




.40 


A9H 


.62H- 
.68H 


.«2H- 


.42H 


.42H 


.36^ 




- 


- 



Day 


< 
Week 


U0- 
12 


60 


8 


44 


^ 


54 


9^ 


54 


9H 


54 


10 


60 


10 


60 


10 


60 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


•8- 


59- 


10 


70 


•8- 


56- 


10 


70 


«8- 


56- 


10 


70 


•8- 


56- 


10 


70 


«8- 


56- 


10 


70 


8 


56 


8 


56 


8 


56 


» 8 


56 


9 


63 


9 


63 


12 


84 


8 


56 


12 


84 


8 


56 


11 


61 


8 


56 


12 


84 


8- 


56- 


l 12 


84 


8 


56 


8 


56 


8 


/ <8 
56 


8 


48 


56 


8 


u 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in EfTect 



3 
12 

12 
12 
12 

6 
6 



12 

} - 



1 On Saturday 9 to 11 hours. 

1 Minimu m, 

> Men in chaiie. 

« Eight hours in eleotrio light and power stations, water works, and gas works. 

• In some plants. 

• Monthly rate induding board. 

' In port, 9 hoars; at sea, 8 hours watoh. 4 hours on, 8 hours off. 

• Aversge. 

• In some cases Saturday half-holiday during 6 months. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 22 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Ratbs or Waqes 


HouBS OF Labor 


















Number 


OOCUPATIONB AND 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUNICIPALITIXS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

holidsLy 


















in Effect 


Firemen, Stetioiiary 


















— Con. 


















Taunton: 


















Coal paasexB. 


10.18 


11.44 


$10.08 


_ 


$0.18 


8 


66 


_ 


Firemen, .... 


.20 


3.40 


16.80 


- 


.20 


12 


84 


_ 


Oilers 


.17 


1.70 


11.90 


- 


.17 


10 


70 


« 


Woroeeter, .... 


.46 


3.60 


36.20 


10.66 


.66 


8 


66 


- 


Fish Workm. 


















Glouoeeter: 


















Fishhandlera, . 


.30 


3.70 


16.30 


- 


.46 


9 


64 


3 


Fish eplittera. . 


.36 


3 16 


18 90 


. 


62M 


9 


64 


3 


Fish workers (females). 


» 1^ 


»1.10 


16.60 


.12% 




9 


64 


3 


rMffht Hftiidkn. 


















(.See SUam RaUroai Em- 


















plOMMS.) 


















Qvm&Dt Workan. 


















Cloak and Skirt Maker: 


















Boston: 


















Cutters, .... 


.48 


4.33 


24.00 


.72 


. 


9 


50 


12 


Cutters' helpers, 


.86 


334 


1800 


.64 


- 


9 


60 


12 


Pressers, .... 


.48 


4.33 


34.00 


.72 


— 


9 


60 


13 


Pressers' helpers. 


.38 


3.43 


19.00 


.67 


- 


9 


60 


12 


Skirt preesers (Union A), . 


/ .84 
I -4* 


3.06 
396 


17.00 
33.00 


.61 
.66 


} - 


9 


60 


13 


Skirt praesers (Union B), . 


\ .44 


3.60- 
3.96 


30.00- 
33.00 


.60- 
.66 


} - 


9 


60 


12 


FaU River (skirt makers), . 


, .16H 


1.47 


8.06 


, .23>i 


- 


9^ 


62 


12 


Worcester (ok)ak makers), . 


/ -36- 
\ .38H 


3.36- 
3.63 


14.00- 
21 00 


•- 


- 


I 9H 


64 
66 


} ** 


Worcester (skirt makers). 




1.17- 
300 


7.0<^ 
12.00 


}- 


- 


9 


64 


»2 


Clothing Trimmert. 


















Boston, 


\ .36 


306- 
3.34 


} 18.00 


/ .61- 

\ .64 


}- 


9 


/ «o- 

1 53 


} '* 


Coat Maker: 


















Boston (men), 


/ .8(^ 
\ .60 


3.70- 
4.60 


16.00- 
26.00 


] - 


^ 


9 


50 


12 


Boston (women), . 


1 :Jr 


1.08- 
2.16 


6.0<^ 
12.00 


i 


- 


9 


50 


12 


Dretemakere. 


















Boston 


{ -.^ 


l.OS- 
1.96 


6.00- 
11.00 


.1^ 
.33 


} : 


9 


50 


13 


FaU River, . . . . 


.1» 


1.81 


9.88 


.28H 




9M 


52 


12 


Garment CuUere (Ladiee). 


















Boston 


{ :S- 


334- 
433 


18.00- 
24.00 


.64- 

.72 


} - 


9 


60 


12 


(heraU and Coat Worker$. 


















Boston (cutters). . 


.41 


3.28 


18 00 


.6mi 


sm, 


8 


44 


12 


Pauls Maker: 


















Boston, .... 


.86 


3.34 


18.00 


4- 


4 . 


9 


60 


12 


Skirt-ioaiet Maker: 


















Boston, 


.13 


1.08 


•6.00 


' 


" 


9 


50 


12 



^ Averacc 

t In some oases regular rate; in othsfs time and one-half. 

* Make up time on 5 day* of week. 



« No^ 

> Minimum. 



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NO. 97.] 



UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 191S. 



1.23 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





RATsa or Waobs 


HouBS OF Labor 


OocrPATIOIW AND 
MuNldPALrriBB. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half. 
hoUday 
m Effect 


Otfmtiit Worlnn — Ck>n. 


















Tmlatt. 
Borton(men). 

BoilOD (women). . 

A&OCJCtOD.t 

Holyoke, .... 
LomU (bushelmen). . 

LoweU (preasmen). 


!26 
/ .26- 
\ .80 

.2S- 
1 .80 


$2.0(^ 
8.60 
1.17- 
1.67 
2.76 
2.60 
2.60- 
800 
2.60- 
3.00 


$12.00- 
21.00 
7.0O- 
10.00 
16.60 
16.00 
16.00- 
18.00 
16.00- 
18.00 


10.26- 
.43^ 

r 

.30 
.30 

.30 


- 


8 

8 

10 
10 

10 
10 


48 

48 

60 
60 

60 
60 


- 


Northampton, 


■f^ 


} 2.88H 


14.00 


.30 


10 80 


/ 10- 
l 13 


}60 


_ 


PHtaSefci. .... 
Pitti6eld (helpers). . . 
SpriBffiekl .... 


.a6%o 

.20 
.30 


2.67 
2.00 
3.00 


U6.00 
12.00 
18 00 


.36 
.36 
.30 


.36 
.36 
.30 


10 
10 
10 


60 
60 
60 


- 


OMlltlOTI. 


















Bcwiy 


.00 


480 
4.40 


26 40 
24.20 


.90 
1 10 


1.20 
1.10 


8 
8 


44 

44 


12 


Boston (Union A). . 


.66 


12 


Boston (Union B). . 


:66 


4.40 


24.20 


1 1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


(Skneester. .... 
nsrarhiui .... 


F 


3.26 
3.60 
4.80 
3.60 


10 60 
21.00 
26.40 
21.00 


_81K 

1 20 
.66^ 


1~20 

.87H 


8 
8 
8 
8 


48 

48 
44 

48 


3 
6 
12 
3 


Northampton. 


.43H 


OlMi Work«B. 


















BUnetrs. 
Nev Bedford. 

SomerviUe. .... 


_ 


•6.60 
/ 5.0O- 
\ 7 60 


} - 


- 


«- 



8 


•45 
44 


12 


CvtUn and Qlazien. 
Boston. 


.36 


3.24 


1800 


.62H 







60 


12 


Oajfen. 
JJewBedford, . . 

SooMnriUe 




>6.00 
/ 6.00- 
1 8.00 






4 _ 



8 


•46 
44 


12 


Onikerer: 
NevBedford. 

SomerviUe 


- 


•3.76 
/ 3.60- 
1 4.60 


- 


- 


4 . 


9 

8 


•46 

44 


12 


NewBedford. . . 


- 


• 6,60 


- 


- 


4 - 


9 


•46 


- 


XwrBedibrd. . . 
SomvTiUe. .... 


- 


•6.00 
/ 6.60- 
\ 6.26 


- 


- 


4. 


9 

8 


•46 
44 


12 


dnatt* Cuttan. 


















Boston 


.46H 


8.66 
3.26 
8.28 


20.08 
18.28 
18.46 


.68H 
.61 

.61H 


¥ 


8 
8 


44 

46 
46 


12 


Biookt^ 


40H 


12 


OMhnsford. .... 


i:« 


12 



1 Minimom. 

t Time and one-half till 9 p.m.; double time thereafter. 

•Average. 



« No work. 

• If work Saturday 4>4 hours or Am hours a week. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 24 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



*[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 







Ratss or Wagbs 


Houas or Labos 


















Number 


OoouPATiom Aia> 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUNICIPALITm. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


Oranlta Cuttin — Con. 


















Ch«rter.i . . . . 


<t0.87H 


$8.00 


116.88 


•^.a^ 


80.75 


8 


45 


12 


FaURiver.< . . . . 


«.43 


8.44 


10.35 


.86 


8 


45 


12 


Fitohbux«, .... 




8.35 


17.88 


.61 


SIH 


8 


44 


12 


Fozborough, .... 


.4071 


3.35 


17.88 


<- 


«- 


8 


44 


12 


Qlouoester.s .... 


.40lii 


8.35 


17.88 


.61 


.61 


8 


44 


12 


Holyoke 




8.55 


30.08 




.91K 


8 


44 


12 


Lawrenoe, .... 


.42 


3.35 


18.48 


T68 


.84 


8 


44 


12 


LoweU. 


.41 


3.38 


18 45 


.61H 


■61>i 


8 


45 


12 


ifflrd,*' 


*.48 


3.44 


18.03 


<- 


.86 


8 


44 


13 


«.43 


3.44 


19.85 


.64H 


.86 


8 


45 


12 


Milford (surfacing machine 


















cuttera)» .... 


«.4« 


8.08 


30.70 


.69 


.92 


8 


45 


13 


Monaon 


.43 


3.85 


18.90 


.68 


.84 


8 


45 


13 


New Bedford. 


.43 


3.35 


18.48 


.68 


.84 


8 


44 


13 


Quincy, .... 




3.35 


18.28 


.61 


■m 


8 


45 


13 


Quincy (tool sharpeners ), 


•40^1 


3.35 


18.18 


.61 


8 


44« 


12 


Rookport,> . . . . 


.40f^ 


3.35 


17.88 


.61 


.61 


8 


44 


13 


Sprincfieid 

Taunton 




3.55 


20.08 




.91K 


8 


44 


13 


.44 


3.53 


10.86 


766 


.88 


8 


44 


12 


Townaend, .... 


.41 


8.28 


18.45 


:Sitl 


.82 


8 


45 


13 


Westford 


.41 


3.38 


18.45 




8 


45 


12 


Woroerter.« . . . . 


.43 


8.86 


18.90 


.68 


"84 


8 


45 


12 


Ilaniiii Maktn. 


















Boston 


.34 


3.00 


18.00 


.51 


.68 





53 


- 


H«t and Cap Maktn. 


















Amesburyt .... 


•311^11 


3.00 


16.74 


_ 


_ 


9H 


53 


13 


Boston (cloth hats, men), ^ . 


i - 


324- 
3.60 


18 00- 
30.00 


.54- 

.60 


T54- 
.60 


} * 


50 


12 


Boston (cloth hats, women). . 


:r 


1.80- 
3.16 


10 00- 
12 00 


.80- 
.36 


.30- 
.36 


1 ® 


50 


12 


FaU River. . . . . 


.18« 


1.88 


8.00 






10 


60 


- 


BodO«rrton. 


















(Sm BuiUing Labarert.) 


















BolftiiMr and Portobto 


















■nginMn. 


















Boston 


.7» 


6.00 


83.00 


1.50 


1.50 


8 


44 


12 


Lawrenoe, 




'^ 


8.00 


18.00 


MH 


.75 


8 


48 


- 


LoweU, . . . 




3.50 


« 21.00 




.65H 


8 


48 


•. 


Lynn, 

Silford. . . . 




.36 


350 


21.00 


'.52>| 




10 


60 


6 




•39H 


8.16 


18.96 


.59K 


779 


8 


48 


6 


New Bedford. 




.50 


4.00 


23.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Quincy. 
Rockport, 




.31>i 


350 


15.00 


.46^ 


.62H 


8 


48 


• - 




tM 


3.08 


12.48 


.89 


.89 


8 


48 


- 


Salem, . 




[ .50 
1 .44M 


}4.00 


24.00 


{ :Sh 


:Sh 


8 
9 


48 
54 


- 


Springfield, . . 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


.75 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester, .... 


.50 


4.00 


24.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


48 


- 


Bolfltiiiff BnclnMn 


















— Goal. 


















Boston (one-nuA tour), 


{ tin 


4.41 

4.15 


} 24.00 


.70 


.60 


•{ 


•49 
52 


} « 



*■ Tool sharpeners receive same rate. 

t Minimu m , 

* Tool sharp enora , polishers, and sawyers receive same rate. 

« No work. 

> Saturday half-holiday or 49 hours a weak for 8 months; 52 hours for 4 months. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1913. 



I. 25 



Union Scak of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 191$: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 









Rates op Waob 


1 


HoiTM or Labob 


OOCUPATIOICB AXD 








Orer- 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 




1 


Number 
of Months 


MxTxiaPALincs. 


Hour 


D*y 


Week 


and^ 

HoUdayi 

(Hour) 


Di«r 


Week 


Weekly 

Half. 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


-CoiO-Con. 


















BoKoo (two-man tour). 


("iJSt 


13 86 
358 


} $21.00 


10.70 


10.60 


•{ 


M9 
52 


} » 


BosKa (tcaoMnt men, day), 
fiostOQ (transient men. nicbt), 


„ 


7.00 


. 


. 


_ 


. 


- 


« 


- 


8.00 


- 


- 


- 


" 


" 


- 


Hoii«tao«r». 


















Borton, 


mi 


3 57 


21.00 


.50 


_ 


9 


53 


6 


Htmhill 


{ :S 


2 97 
8 24 


16.50 
18.00 


■T 


:r 


} • 


50 


12 


NorthAdttns. . . 


.14 


306 


18.00 


.50 


.34 


9 


53 


« 


Sprasfleld (firemen). . 


M 


3 06 


18.00 


.34 


.34 


9 


53 


4 


gpriptfeld (floormen). . . 
WotoMter (firemiui), 
Woreaiter (floormen), . 


f 


2.56 

3.57 
3.06 


15.00 
21 00 
18.00 


.50 


:g« 

.50 


9 
9 
9 


53 
53 
53 


4 
6 
6 


HoUl WockMrt. 


















Barton: 
Brilboyi 


■06% 


.67 


t20 00 


.50 


.50 


10 


70 


^ 


Boa boys, .... 


.00% 


.67 


« 20.00 


50 


.50 


10 


70 


_ 




;SS 


.67 


«20 00 


.50 


.50 


10 


70 


_ 


Kitehenhelp. . 


mi 


«25.00 


.50 


.50 


10 


70 


- 


Brockton flntchen men), 
Btoekton (kHehen women), . 


.10 
.11 


1.00 
1.00 


»7.00 
>6.00 


.25 
.25 


«.25 
«.25 


10 


70 
54 


- 


Xorabton and AsbwtM 


















Workm. 


















Borton 


.47 


3.76 


20.68 


.M 


.M 


8 


44 


12 


Ir«nllold«n. 


















OSeetfoUm.) 


















Unplifflitm. 


















Bogton, 


" 


2.00 


14.00 










„ 


Lmthm. 




Borton, 


.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Bnekton. 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 






8 


44 


12 


Holyoke, 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1 - 


1- 


8 


44 


12 


UvMee, 




4»H 


8.75 


20 63 


• 93H 


WH 


8 


44 


12 


LmU, . 




.50 


4.00 


24.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


48 


4 


te. 




m 


4.52 
4.60 


24.86 
25 30 


• 84H 
1.15 


1.13 
1. 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


Uundry Workws. 


















Bo*»(inwi), . . . 


.^" 


1.67- 
3.00 


10. OO- 
18 00 


87- 


}•- 


9 


54 


- 


BoitoD (women). . 




1.00- 
2.00 


600- 
12.00 


}- 


9 


54 


- 



I Saturday half-boUday or 49 houn a week for 8 months; 52 hours for 4 months. 

* Rate permonth. 

s Minimum; with board. 
« Double pay on Labor Day. 

• No work. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 26 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: 

Municipalities — Continued. 



By 





Rates or Wages 


Hours of Labor 


OcCUPATlONa AMD 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






Number 
of Months 


MCKIdPALITlB. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


Laundrr Worlran 


















-Con. 


















Haverhill: » 




















I.22H 


$2.00 


* 112 00 


10.33^ 


_ 


9 


54 


_ 


Mancl« iioners, . 


.15 


1.35 


>8.10 


.22\i 


- 


9 


54 


_ 


Plain ironers. 


.lA 


1.35 


«8.10 


.22^ 


. 


9 


54 


_ 


Poliahert 


.22^ 


2.00 


M2.00 


.33H 


- 


9 


54 


_ 


Staroh ironers, . 


.17^ 


1.60 


t9.60 


.26% 


- 


9 


54 


_ 


Washers 


.22.H 


2.00 


« 12.00 


.33H 


- 


9 


54 


- 


LMthar HMidlOTi. 


















Boeton. 


/ .26H- 


2.8(^ 
2.66 


13 0(K- 
15.00 


.50 
.50 


10.51- 
.59 


} • 


51 


13 


iMthir WorkOTi. 


















LoweU: 


















Buffers 


.33H 


8.00 


1800 


.50 


.50 


9 


49 


13 


Finishers 


.33H 


8.00 


1800 


50 


.50 


9 


49 


13 




.40 


8.60 


21.60 


.60 


.60 


9 


49 


12 


Staken, .... 


.30^ 


2 75 
275 


16.50 
16 50 


:8^ 


-.^^ 


9 
9 


49 
49 


13 


Tacken 


•W 


13 


Trimmers, .... 


.26 


225 


13 50 


.37H 


.Z7h 


9 


49 


13 




















Boston (Union A), 
Boston (Union B). 


.38 


_ 


- 


.50 


.60 


10 


59 


_ 


.38 


- 


- 


.50 


.60 


10 


59 


- 


Boston (Union C), 


f .38- 
\ .40 


} - 


- 


/ .50- 
.60 


} '0 


10 


59 


- 


Boston (Unk>n D): 
















Bulk oaivoes, day. 


.85 


- 


- 


.60 


.60 


10 


59 


.. 


General oaivoes. day. 


.33 


•. 


- 


.60 


.60 


10 


59 


~ 


General or bulk oaivoes. 


















ni^t, .... 
Gram, sugar oaivoes, eto., 


.50 


- 


- 


.60 


.60 


10 


59 


~ 


















Wieoks.* fire, or stranded 
vessels, day, . 


.60 


• 


•> 


.60 


.60 


10 


59 


. 


















.50 


— 


- 


.60 


1.00 


10 


59 


_ 


Wrecks, firs, or stranded 


















vessels, night, . 


.M 


- 


- 


.60 


1.00 


10 


59 


- 




• UH- 


1.00- 
1.50 


6.00- 
900 


■r- 


gH- 


} • 


54 




Atbol: 
Apprentices, 


/ 4- 


Machinists, .... 


^~ 


8.00- 
850 


18.00- 
21.00 


.50- 
.58H 


.77^ 


} • 


54 




Specialists 


2^- 


2.00- 
4.00 


12.0(K- 
24.00 


.33Vi- 

.66H 

.58Vi- 


'^' 


} • 


54 




Toolmakers, 


i MH 


8.50- 
4.00 


21.00- 
24.00 


;^- 


1 • 


54 


1 t 


Boston: 


















Machinists (Union A). 


1 .38 


2.70- 
8.42 


1620- 
20.52 


.45- 

.57 


.45- 

.57 


} • 


54 


- 


Machinists (Union B). 


.88K 


8.50 


/ 19.45 
I 21.00 


} .MH 


.77J< 


9 


/ 50 


13 
5 


Machinists (Hyde Park), . 
Machinists (Union D), 


.28 


2.52 


15.12 


.42 


.42 


9 


54 


3 


MH 


8 11 


1829 


.48 


.48 


9 


58 




Machinists' helpers. . 


I .20-^ 
1 .28« 


1.80- 
2.57 


10.80- 
^ 15.89 


.80- 
, .42H 


.80- 


} • 


158 


- 


Specialists, .... 


.83H 


8.00 


/ 16 67 
\ 18.00 


} - 


MH 


9 


[ 50 
1 M 


12 
5 



1 Minimun wage for all women employees outside of those mentioned is $1.35 a day or 18.10'a week. 

' Minimum. 

> Paid for 54 hours. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1913. I. 27 



Union Scale of Wages and Howtb of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 1913: By 
MwiicipaliHes — Continued. 



OcccpATiom A3n> 
MuyidPALiFUs. 



Ratm or Waob 



Hour 



Day 



W«ek 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



Sundays 

and 
Holidays 

(Hour) 



Hours or Labob 



Di«r 



Week 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
hoUday 
inEffeci 



Maehinliti — Con. 

Boston — Cm. 
Tool and die makers. 

Tool makers, 

Bioekton* 

Chioopce, 

Holyoke. 

UwTBBoe (Union A), 

Uvienoe (Union B), 

Lynn (Union A), . 

' I (Union B), . 



Ijmn 
Uonu 



N«w Bedford. 

^vmcfisld, 

Tannton, 

Wshham, 

Waitham (toolmakers), 
r (Union A). 
r (Union B), 



Boston, .... 



Marble Cuttars and 
Bettin. 



Boston, 



Htfbl* Worlnra. 

(Union A), 
(Masons Union B), 
Boston (helpers), . 



■ital FoUahan. 
and Filter! . 



AaMbvry, 
Atbol. . 



Buffers. 



LowU, . 
Wowetter, 



I0.44H 
.3«- 

.48 

.25 
.34^ 

.80 
.27J< 

.2«H 
.33- 
. .37H 
.25 
.80- 
.32}4 
.824- 



.45 



.56K 



.30 
.45 
.28H 



86^ 
84 

88 

80 

27H 

83H 

2VH 

40 

80 



$4 00 

8.24- 

4.82 

8.00 

8.00- 

8.00 

2.50 

2.25 

2.41 

8.50 

3.00 

2.50 

2.62 

2.97- 
8.75 
S2 50 
8.00- 
8.25 
8.25- 
4.40 
2.75 
2.75- 
3.88 



3.15 



4.50 



2.40 
3.00 
2.80 



8.25 
8.06 
3 42 
8.51 
2.71 
8.00 
2.65 
3.60 
8.00 



{' 



/> 14.50 

18.15- 
20 63 



18 90 



24.75 



13.20 
19.80 
12.65 



19.50 
17.00 
19.00 
19.50 
15.00 
18.00 
15.90 
21.60 
16.50 



80.66^ 

.54- 

.72 

.50 

.41Jf- 

.50 

.55H 

.87J^ 

.81 

.58H 



.88H 

.40H 

.88- 

.87H 

.25 

.45- 

A%H 

.mi 

.66 

"45^- 
.56K 



M^ 



.84N 



.45 

.67H 
.43H 



I0.88H 
.54- 

.72 

.66 Ji 

AlH- 

.50 

55H 

.37^ 



.33H 
.40H 
.38- 

.25 



} - 



54H 



.58H 
.84H 
.50 



A8H 



AbH- 



1.05 



1.12H 



.60 

.67H 
.43H 



.54H 



.4m 

.66% 



9 

9 
9 
9 
9 

9% 
9H 
9 
10 
9 

9% 

9 
10 
10 

10 

10 
10 
9 



I 



9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
10 



/ 50 

\ M 

%i 

54 

54 

54 
54 
54 
50 
54 
54 

54 

}» 

55 
55 

55 

55 
53 



42 



44 



44 
44 
44 



54 

50 

50 
54 
54 
54 
54 
55 



12 
5 



>6 

12 
12 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 

12 

12 
12 
2 



12 
12 
12 



12 

12 
12 
»4 

3 
12 



> Make up time by workins 10 hours on 4 days of week. 

* Ay«fBC8. 

* Make up time by working 10 hours on 5 days of week. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 28 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 



Occupations and 
MuNiczPAunxs. 



Ratbs or Waoes 



Hour 



D*y 



W«ek 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



Sundayi 

•nd 

HoUdayB 

(Hour) 



Hours op Labor 



D^y 



Week 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half, 
holiday 
in Effect 



KeUl PoUshara, Suff« 
and Flat«n — Ck>a. 

Metal PoUsherg. 
Ameeburv, 
Ashbumbam: 

Assemblera, 

Orindera, 
Micrometer. 

Polishers, . 
Straigbteners, 
Athol, . 

Boston: 

Brass workers, 

Polishers. . 

Silver workers, 
LoweU, . 
Montague (heavy), 
Montague (light), 
Northampton. 

Orange, . 

Springfield, . 
Taunton, 
Weetfield, 
Worcester, 

Worcester (apprentices), 



Platert. 
Boston, . 
LoweU. . 

Springfield, 

Taunton, 

Mtt«r Bepairarg - 

Boston, . 



Qm. 



BrasM MoUert. 
Boston, . 
Wakefield, . 

CortmaktTt. 
Boston (brass), 
Boston, . 
Chelsea. . 
Fitohbuii, 
Gardner, 
Holyoke, 
Lawrence, 

Montague. 



I0.36H 



.35- 



.81H 



.38H 
.88K 



S8H 



13.25 

1.64 
1.91 
3.73 
3.73 

3.73 
8.01 
3.73 
8.06 
8.43 

8.51 
8.51 
8.51 
3.71 
3.00 

3*50 
.«3.00 
3.00- 
3.80 
8.00 
8.70 
8.60 
3.00 
300- 
3.45 



3.78 
3.71 
«350 
4.00 
8.50 



8.16 



3.50 
8.50 



8.50 

3.50 

8.50 

3.75 

3.00 

3.15 

3.17 

3 75- 

3.15 



119.50 


S0.54H 


900 


^ 


10.50 


15.00 


MH 


15.00 


M}i 


15.00 


f^ 


16.50 


15.00 


.46^ 


17.00 


}- 


19.00 


19.50 


.58H 


19.50 


58^ 


19.50 


.58H 


15.00 


.34H 


18.00 


1 _ 


17.50 


1 - 


15.00 




18.00 


"" 


12.00- 


1 


16.80 




18.00 


.50 


33.30 




31.60 


- 


16.50 


_ 


11.00- 


) - 


13.50 


31.00 


.63 


15.00 


.34H 


« 31.00 


} - 


34.00 


31.00 




17.40 


i- 


31.00 


.58H 


31.00 




31.00 


mi 


31.00 


•58^ 


31.00 


.58H 


16.50 


.30f{ 


18.00 


.33H 
■53H 


18.90 


1800 


.50 


1650- 


MH- 


1800 


.53H 



80 54H 



}- 



.41H 



•.66H 



.41H 



.77Ji 



80H 
70 






54 


8Ji 


48 


1^ 


48 
48 


8K 


48 


8H 


48 


9 


50 





50 





50 


9 


50 


9^ 


54 


9 


54 





54 


9 


54 


8 


48 


9 


54 


9 


54 


9 


54 


10 


55 


[0 


55 


9 


50 


9H 


54 


9 


54 


9 


54 


10 


55 


• 


54 


9 


54 





54 





54 





54 


9 


54 


9 


54 





54 


m 


54 


9 


54 



12 

12 
12 

13 

12 

12 



12 
12 
12 
12 



«4 

8 
13 

12 



12 
13 

«4 



12 



3 



12 



1 No work. 

s Piece hands average 13 a day; day hands receive 13.50. 

s Make up time by working 10 hours on 5 days of week. 

« Piece rates. 

• In some cases. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1913. 



I. 29 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 
Mttnidpalities — Ck>ntinued. 







Ra 


n» or Waobb 




HouM or Labob 


















Number 


OocuPAnom aiid 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 
Holidays 

(Hour) 


DV 


Week 


of Months 

Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 

in Effect 


Koldm-Con. 


















Xewburyport, 


I0.33H 


W.17 


818.00 


80.50 


80.66H 


m 


54 


12 


Phtafield 




/ 3.75- 
\ 8.00 


16.50- 
18.00 


■- 


1. 


10 


65 


- 


^^. : 


'¥ 


2.76 
8.10 
8.10 


16.60 
18.60 
18.60 


l« 


W^ 


10 


64 
54 

60 


«3-4 


Wowesler, 


mi 


8.38 


19.68 


MH 


72H 




54 


- 


Iron Moldera. 


















^rtoo^ 


.88H 


8.50 


21.00 


.mi 


.77Ji 




54 


3 


pSfSSr. '.'.'.'. 


.83l| 


8.25 
8.00 


19.50 
18.00 








54 

54 




FH^bwi. .... 


.m 


8.00 


18.00 


T83H 


T33H 




54 


_ 


FoKKMoagh, .... 


•^H 


8.00 


18.00 








54 


_ 


Holyoke. .... 


•!SH 


8.25 


19.50 


T54H 


f- 




54 


_ 


Montecue. .... 


# 


2.50- 
8.15 


15.0(K- 
18.90 


m 




64 


- 


New Bedford. . . . 


•^ 


2.50- 
8.00 


15.00- 
18.00 


} - 


( •A"- 




54 


. - 


Nevboryport, 


•^ 


8.25 


19.50 


' .MH 


.73H 


9H 


54 


12 


NortliAdwiu. . . . 




2.50- 
8.00 


15.0(K- 
18.00 








54 


- 


NorthunptOD, 


•86H 


8.00- 
8.25 


18.00- 
19.50 


.5(^ 
.54H 


W 


} • 


54 


- 


OlBIHB 


.80H 


2.75 


16.50 








54 


_ 


^- ■ ■ '^ 


•1 

.3812 


8.45 
8.21 
8.50 


20.70 
19.25 
21.00 


'■^ 


'^ 




54 
64 
54 


"" 


Wtlthwn 


Mi 


8.25 


19.50 


.54H 


7%^ 




54 


. 


WoitBeld. .... 


.Su 


8.25 


19.50 




;8& 


10 


60 


„ 


Wonester. .... 


.84? 


8.25 


19.50 


!54H 






54 


- 


JToUert. n. •. 


















Gwiner 


•33M 


8.00 


18 00 


.38H 


.83H 




54 


» 


GtrdMT totove), . 


.44M 


•4.00 


24.00 








54 


- 


Uwienc*. .... 


80r« 


8.25 


19.50 


T54H 


'tth 


9H 


54 


12 


LfmtjU 


•83H 


3.00 


18.00 


.50 


.66H 




54 


> 


Pittefield. .... 




8.00 


18.00 








55 


- 


T&nton (maehliw shops), 


•^ 


8.25 
•3.00 


19.50 
18.00 


T54H 


'•jm 




54 

54 


«2-4 


Taunton (stove shops), . 


.88 


«3.42 


20.52 


- 


- 




54 


- 


Moffaic Fletitr* Opwaton. 


















(5m Timtrieal Stao€ Em- 


















pfofeet.) 


















Mimklpal EmiOoyMt. 


















New Bedford. "*^! 


.31H 


2.50 


15.00 


- 


- 


BH 


48 


12 


AtUnianU. 






• 












Boston (Bath dept.). . 


MVi 


2.50 


15.00 


- 


- 


8 


48 


6 


Blaac9mWu. 


















Ifwell 


.81W 


2.50 


15.00 


. 


■ 62H 


8 


48 


- 


NewBedford. . . . 


.87V! 


3.00 


18.00 


« 




SH 


48 


13 


Newton. .... 


.87H 


3.00 


18.00 


- 


- 


8 


48 


2 


^, Bladttmiihe HelperM. 


















NewBedfoid. . . 


.84H 


2.75 


1650 


- 


" 


8H 


48 


12 



^ Time and one-quarter. 

* Make up time on 5 dasrs of week. 
> Piece imtes; averace wage. 

* Minimum. 



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I. 30 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Ratbs or Waoes 


H0UB8 OF Labor 


MUKXCIPALITIBS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 

Ume 

(Hour) 


Sundasrs 

and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


D*y 


Week 


Number 
ofMopths 
Weekly 
Half- 
hoUday 
in Effect 


Municipal ImployMs 
— Con. 

NewBedfordT^ . . . 


I0.34H 


$2.75 


$15 50 






8H 


48 


12 


Captains — Ferry. 
Boston, 


.«2M 


422 


25.31 


. 




8 


48 




Carpenlers. 
Boston (Bath dept.). . 
New Bedford, . . . 
Newton, .... 


.349^ 
•87H 


2.75 
3.00 
3.00 


16.50 
18.00 
18 00 


- 


- 


8 


48 
48 
48 


6 
12 
2 


Cement Worker: 
New Bedford, 


SIH 


2.50 


15.00 


^ 


. 


m 


48 


12 


Concrete Mixere. 
Cambridge 


.34H 


250 


15 00 


. 




8 


44 


12 


CtahSeUere. 
New Bedford. . . . 


37H 


3.00 


18.00 


_ 


. 


8H 


48 


12 


Cuatodiane. 
Boston (Bath dept.), . 


37M 


3 00 


1800 


„ 


. 


8 


48 


6 


Deekmen — Ferry. 
Boston, . . . 


_ 


_ 


15.11 


„ 


. 


8 


48 




Derriekmen. 
New Bedford. 


.31M 


2.50 


15 00 


_ 


. 


8H 


48 


12 


Drowtendere. 

Boston 

Boston (fint assistant). 
Boston (second assistant). . 


41 

1S^ 


3.20 
2.74 
240 


2301 
10.17 
17.25 


10.41 
.30,4 


10.41 


8 
8 
8 


56 
56 
56 


- 


DriUmen. 
New Bedford. 


«4H 


275 


1650 


- 


- 


8H 


48 


12 


Firemen. 


.31K 


250 


15.00 


. 


. 


8H 


48 


12 


Foremen. 
Boston (Pavinf dept.), . 
Newton. .... 
Winchester 


52H 
.31K 


4.10 
8 25 
2.50 


23.01 
1950 
15.00 


.78H 


.78H 
T3IK 


8 
8 
8 


44 

48 

48 


12 
2 
3 


Oatemen — Ferry. 
Boston 


.38H 


3.07 


18.41 


_ 


_ 


8 


48 




Ineveetore. 

Boston (sanitary and street 
cleaning), .... 


.43K 


8.50 


10.25 


AZH 


{'■^ 


} * 


44 


12 


Boston (street and water). . 


-37H 


800 


16.50 


.37H 


{ 'T 


/ * 


44 


12 


Janitors. 
Springfield 


- 


/ 2.57- 
\ 3.57 


M6.00- 
22.00 


1 


- 


8 


'48 


12 


Laborers. 

Boston. 

Boston (Bath. dept.). . 


:li^ 


250 
2.50 


18 75 
15 00 


.31^ 


.46J^ 


8 
8 


44 

48 


12 
6 



1 On Sunday regular rate; on holidasrs double time. 
* According to sise of building. 



> No work. 



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XO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1913. I. 31 



Union Scale of Wages and Hawrs of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 



Boiton (Highway dept.). 
Boetoa (Pwkdept.). . 
Btatoa (Paving dept.), . 
Boftoa (Pablio grouiKlB dept. ), 
Boaton (sanitary and street 



Boston (water workers), 

BrookliDe. 
Cambridce, . 
Chabea. 
FaU River. . 

LoweU, .... 

Lynn. .... 

lUlden, .... 

Nahaat, .... 

Kew Bedford. 

New Bedford (paving), 

Newton, 

Somerriile, . 

Wiaehester, . 

Worowter, 

Ledgemen. 
New Bedford. 

Lockttnitkt. 
Boston CBath dept.), . 

Pawiters. 

New Bedford, 

Fmtert and Rammermen. 

newjMoiora (block), . 
New Bedford (oobble). . 

Pipe Lttifen. 
New Bedford, 



BoaiRolkn. 
New Bedford, 

Sewer Sheatkere. 
New Bedford, 

Stablemen. 



NwBeSbid, 
Wiaehester, . 

Steam DriUere. 
Lwrefl. 
New Bedford, 



Labor 



81H 


2.60 


13 76 


l0T31>i 


I0.62H 


o 

8 


n 

44 


ziH 


2.60 


13 76 


I _ 


i_ 


8 


44 


HH 


260 


13.76 


•46H 


MH 


8 


44 


81K 


260 


13.76 


1- 


I- 


8 


44 


11^ 


2.60 


1376 




_ 


8 


44 


2.60 


13.76 


.46^ 


^ .46J< 


8 


44 


ZlH 


2.60 


13 75 


/ «.4«H 
I .62^ 


} iAH 


8 


44 


28H 




13 60 


.28H 


' .2SH 


8 


48 


28^ 




12 38 


- 




8 


44 


39^ 




1425 


1 - 


"•29*4 


8 


48 


38H 




1360 


.28H 


.28H 


8H 


48 


2A 




12.00 
13.60 


} : 


/ .60 
t MH 


« 


48 


31K 




16.00 






8 


48 


28V« 




13 60 


1- 


1 - 


8 


48 


81K 




16.00 


62H 


.62H 


8 


48 


tsyi 


m «w 


13.60 






SH 


48 


SIH 


2^60 


16.00 


~ 


. 


8H 


48 


26 


2.00 


12.00 


- 


- 


8 


48 


Sil 


2.16 


12.90 


.26H 


.26H 


8 


48 


«.26 


13.60 


.28Ks 


.28V| 


8 


48 


20 


1.60 


960 


.20 


.20 


8 


48 


ZIH 


2 60 


16.00 


- 


- 


8H 


48 


MH 


2.76 


1660 


- 


- 


8 


48 


l\^ 


260 


16(V) 


_ 


. 


8 


48 


3.00 


18.00 


- 


- 


8H 


48 


87H 


3.00 


16.60 


.37H 


.76 


8 


44 


3.00 


18.00 




- 


8^ 


48 


MH 


2.76 


16.60 


— 


~ 


8H 


48 


.34H 


2.76 


16.60 


- 


- 


SH 


48 


36 


2.88 


1726 


- 


- 


8 


48 


43K 


360 


21 00 


- 


- 


m 


48 


34H 


2 76 


1660 


- 


- 


8H 


48 


34H 


2.76 


16 13 


MH 


.51H 


8 


44 


.31^ 


2.60 


16.00 






8 


48 


.31K 


2.60 


16.00 


- 


-. 


8H 


48 


•28H 


2.26 


136)9 


.2SH 


.28H 


8 


48 


3m 


2.60 


1600 


. 


.62H 


8 


48 


•m 


3.00 


18.00 


- 




8H 


48 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



^ No work. 



* Time and one-half to 12 p.ic.; double time thereafter. 



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I. 32 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hovra of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — ContiAued. 



OoCUPAnONt AND 
MUNICIPALITIBS. 



Municipal ILnxploym 

— Con. 

Statu CuUer$. 
Boston (Hichway dept.), 

Statu Warker$. 
New Bedford, 

Twmitert. 
Boeton: 

Hichway Dept., . 

Machine driven. 
One-hone drivers. 

Sanitary and street clean- 
ing driven, 

Brockton, 

LoweU, 



Lvnn, 
Maiden, . 
New Bedford, 
Newton. 
SomervUIe, . 
Winchester, , 



Ttwukttuti. 
New Bedford, 

W€Uer DepartnurU Fitters. 
Nahant. .... 



Ratm or Waom 



Hour 



I0.87H 
.34H 



•28h 



Day 



13.00 
2.76 



2.60 
2.76 
2.76 
2.60 

2.60 
2.60 
2.26 
2.60 
2.88 
2.60 
2.28 
2.26 
2.26 



2.60 
8.00 



Week 



$16.60 
16.60 



18.76 
16.13 
16.18 
18.76 

18.76 
16.00 
18.60 
16.00 
14.26 
16.00 
18.60 
18.60 
18.60 



16.00 
1800 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



Sundasrs 

and 

HoUdavB 

(Hour) 



•0.87H 



.34H 
.34H 
Mil 



.30 



.28H 
.28H 



.76 



10.76 



.69% 

m 

.76 



Houas or Labok 



DV 



8 
SH 



8 



8 
8 
9 
8 
8 

8 
8 



8H 
8 



Week 



Number 
of Montbe 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
inEffeet 



44 

48 



44 

44 
44 

44 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 



48 
48 



12 
12 



12 

12 
12 

12 
3 
12 

5 
12 
2 
5 
3 



12 
6 













RATn or Waobs 


Hours or Laboh 


Occupations. 
















First 


Second 


Third 


Fourth 


FuU 


FuU 




Class 


Class 


Class 


Class 


Day 


Week* 


Navy Yard Imployeai, Boiton. > 














Block maken, 


88.12 


12.88 


82.64 


82.40 


8 


48 


Boat buUden, . 










8.60 


3.36 


3.12 


2.88 


8 


48 


Boilermaken, 










8.70 


3.62 


3.28 


3.04 


8 


48 


Boilermakers' helpers, 










2.40 


2.08 


1.84 


1.60 


8 


48 


Box maken, 










3.12 


2.88 


2.64 


2.40 


8 


48 


Cabinet maken, 










1.60 


1.36 


1.12 


.88 


8 


48 










3.84 


3.60 


3.36 


8.12 


8 


48 


Calken, wood. . 










8.62 


8.28 


3.04 


2.80 


8 


48 


Calken and chippen, iron. 










8.30 


3.12 


2.88 


2.64 


8 


48 


Carpenten, 










4.00 


3.76 


3.62 


3.28 


8 


48 


Cement finishen. 










4.00 


3.76 


3.62 


3.28 


8 


48 


Chain makers, . ' 










4.08 


3.60 


3.36 


3.12 


8 


48 


Chain maken' helpen, 










2.40 


2.08 


1.84 


1.60 


8 


48 


Concrete worken. 










2.66 


2.40 


2.16 


1.84 


8 


48 


Coopen. . 










3.12 


2.88 


2.64 


2.40 


8 


48 


Coppersmiths, 


4.00 


3.76 


3.62 


3.28 


8 


48 



1 No work. 

* During the summer the 44-hour week is in efifect. 

> Abstract from Annual Schedule of Wages for the srear ending December 31, 1913, for employees of the U. S. 
Navy Yard. Boston. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1918. 



I. 33 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 19 IS: By 

Munidpaliiies — Continued. 



Ratcs or Waocs 



OOCUPATIONB. 



Mavj T«rd ImplofMB. Boston — Con 
CoppOTKnHhs' helpers. 



Dmmnkdn, 

DJapfwu Mry attendants, 

Dhran, 

Drillere , 

EbetiiciaiM, 

Eleetricaans' helpers, 

Eleetroplaters, 

Eogiae tenders, . 

Engine tenders (looomotive), 



Firemen, 
Flaoce tamers, . 
FocBos, heayy, . 
Gahranisers, 
Gardeners, . 
Hammer runners, 
Heatets, furnace. 
Hmdcvs, aoneial. 
Hod earners, 
Hoklecson, 



Joiners, ship, 
Laboraiorians' helpers, 
Labocsfs, common. 
Machinists, . 
Machinists' helpers. 
, brick, . 



MeHets, 



MiUwrichta,' 
Moldeia, creen sand, 
MoUers,Ioam, . 
Molders. steel, . 
Molders' helpers, 
Oakom spinners. 
Ordnance men, . 
Ordnance helpers. 
Packets, 
Psiaters, 

Psiaters' helpers, 
Pattsm makers, . 
Psvers, 
Pipefitters, . 



Plumbeis, house. 

Plumbers, ship, . 

Phunbers' helpers, 

Picssmen, . 

pQBchers and shearers 

Rjoer*. 

Rinets' helpers, . 

Riveters, 

Rivetbeatera (boys). 

Rooffeia, 

Rope makers, 

nop* makers, wire. 

Rope makers' helpers, 

SsQ makers, 

Ssnd blasters, . 

Sswfilers. . 

SSteet metal workers. 

Ship fitters. 



or brsas, 



First 
Class 



$2 24 
3 90 
5.04 

2 24 
608 
3.04 
4.«) 
248 
3.00 

3 52 
3.84 
336 
2.88 
4.08 
4.84 
3 28 
3 12 
3.12 
488 
2 24 
2.80 
240 
2 32 
400 
248 

2 24 
3.76 
240 
5.20 
5 20 

3 12 
3 20 
4.08 
3 76 
4.00 

3 52 
2 24 
2 64 
3.36 
2 24 
264 
3.60 
2.24 

4 00 
4 08 

4 00 

5 20 
440 
4 40 

2 24 
4 00 
288 

3 52 

2 24 
3.36 
1.60 

4 00 

3 12 

3 12 
2 24 
3.52 
2 80 

13 52 

4 00 
3.76 



Second 
ChMs 



82 00 
3.12 
480 
2.00 

280 

224 
3.36 
328 
3 60 

3 12 
2.64 
8.84 

4 40 
3.04 
2.88 
2 88 
408 
2 00 
256 

2 16 
2.08 
3.76 

2.00 
3.52 
2.08 
4 M 
4 M 
288 
3.04 
3.60 

3 52 
3 76 
3.28 
2.00 
240 
3.12 
2.00 
240 
3 36 

2 00 

3 76 
8 60 

3 76 

4 96 
4 16 
4 16 
200 
2 88 

2 64 

3 28 

2 00 
3.12 

1 36 

3 76 

2 88 
2 88 
2 00 
3.28 

2 56 

3 28 
3.76 
3.52 



Third 
Class 



$1 76 
2.88 
456 



256 

2.00 
8.12 
304 
3.36 
288 
240 
360 
4.08 
280 
264 
2.64 
8.60 
1.76 

2 24 

1 92 
1.84 

3 52 

176 
3.28 
1.84 

4 72 
4 72 

2 64 
2.80 

3 36 
3.28 
3 52 
3.04 

1 76 

2 08 
2.88 

1 76 

2 32 

3 12 

1 76 
3.52 
3 36 

3 52 

4 72 
3 92 
3.92 
1.76 

2 64 
2.40 
3.04 
1.76 
2.88 
1.12 

3 52 
2.64 

2 64 
1.76 

3 04 

3.04 
3 52 
3.28 



Fourth 
Class 



$1 52 
264 
4 32 



282 

176 
2.88 
280 
8 12 
264 
2 16 
336 
8.84 
256 
240 

2 40 

3 12 
1 52 
2.00 
1 68 
1 60 
3 28 

1 52 
304 
1 60 
4.48 
4.48 
240 
256 
3 12 
3.04 
3 28 
280 
1 52 

1 84 

2 64 

1 52 

2 08 
2.88 
1 52 

3 28 
3 12 
3 28 
4.48 
3 68 
3.68 

1 52 
2.40 

2 16 
2.80 

1 52 

2 64 
.88 

3 28 
2.40 
2 40 

1 52 

2 80 

2.80 
3.28 
3.04 



Hoims OP Labok 



FuU 


FuU 


Day 


Week 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8- 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 



One adiit'.onil class receives $4 a day. 



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I. 34 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Howrs of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 













Ratbs of Waobs 


HouBs OF Labor 


OOCUPATIONB. 
















First 


Second 


Third 


Fourth 


FuU 


FuU 




Class 


Class 


Class 


Cla» 


Day 


Woak 


MaTj Yard ImployeM, Boiton — Con. 














Ship fitters' helpers, 


$2.24 


$2.00 


11.76 


$152 


8 


48 


Ship Iceepera, . 










2.24 


2.00 


1.76 


1.52 


8 


48 










3.70 


8.52 


3.28 


8.04 


8 


48 










8.76 


8 52 


3.28 


3.04 


8 


48 


Smiths' helpere. . 










2.40 


2.24 


2.00 


1.76 


8 


48 












3.52 


3.28 


3.04 


2.80 


8 


48 


SUble keepere, . 










2.40 


2.08 


1.84 


1.60 


8 


48 


Stone outten. 










8.36 


8.12 


2.88 


2.64 


8 


48 


Teamstera, . 










2.48 


2.24 


2.00 


1.76 


8 


48 


Tool dreasera, 










8.52 


8.28 


3.04 


2.80 


8 


48 


Tool makers, machine. 










4.00 


8.76 


8.52 


3.28 


8 


48 


Trmokmen, . 










2.40 


2.16 


1.02 


1.68 


8 


48 


Upbolsteren. 










8.76 


3.52 


3.28 


8.04 


8 


48 


Varnishera and polishers, 










8.68 


8.44 


3.20 


2.M 


8 


48 


Weldera, acetylene, . 










8.28 


3.04 


2.56 


2.82 


8 


48 


Wharf buildera, . 










3.52 


3.28 


3.04 


2.80 


8 


48 


Wheelwrights, . 










3.20 


3.12 


2.88 


2.64 


8 


48 


Wiremen, . 










4.40 


4.00 


3.60 


8.20 


8 


48 


Woodworken* helpera 


2.24 


2.00 


1.76 


1.52 


8 


48 









Rates of Waoss 


1 Hours of Labob 


















Number 


Occupations ano 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUNIOPALITIM. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

HaEr 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


N«wipap«r Waffon Drlfwi. 


















[See TeatMtert.) 


















Palnttn, Houm. 


















Attleborough, 


110.41 


13.28 


118.04 


I0.61H 


10.82 


8 


44 


12 


Beverly, . 




.45 


3.60 


10.80 


.67M 


.90 


8 


44 


13 


Boston (Hebrew union) 




.46 


3.68 


20.24 


.02 


•. 


8 


44 


12 


Boston (Union B). 
Boston (Hyde Park), 




.50 


400 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 




.46 


3.68 


20.24 


.92 




8 


44 


12 


Brockton. 




1 .50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


13 








.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


13 


Chelsea, . 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


. 8 


44 


13 


Chicopee, 






A^H 


3.64 


20.02 


MY. 
.61>| 


.91 


8 


44 


12 


Clinton. . 






.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


8 


44 


13 


Concord, 






.41 


3.38 


18.04 


.61H 


.82 


8 


44 


13 


Danvera, 






.88 


304 


1672 


.57 


.57 


8 


44 


13 


Easton, . 






.38 


304 


16.72 


.76 


.76 


8 


44 


18 


Fall River, . 






.37J4 


3.00 


1650 


.52H 


.75 


8 


44 


13 


Fitohburs, 






.35 


2.80 


16.80 


.70 


8 


48 


— 


Fr&m inghain , 






.40 


»3.20 


17.60 


.60 


.80 


8 


44 


12 








.41 


8.28 


18.04 


.61H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Great Barrington. 






■.^ 


3.25 


19.50 


.61 


.81^i 


8 


48 


~ 


HaverhUl, . 






3.00 


18.00 


f^ 


.75 


8 


48 


• 


Hinghsm, .... 


.41 


3.28 


18.04 


n 


8 


44 


12 



^ Minimum. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. 



I. 35 



Union Scale of Wages and Howrs of Labor in Each Occupation on October i, 191S: By 
Municipalitiea — Continued. 







Ratb or WAOsa 




1 HouM or Labok 


OocDFAnom akd 








Orer- 

time 


Sundays 


1 

1 




Number 
of Months 


UxnacBfAunm. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
Holidays 
(Hour) 


Day 


W«ek 


Weekly 
Half- 










(Hour) 






holiday 


















in Effect 


Ftiotn, Boom -Con. 


















Holyoke. . . . . 


I0.45H 


13.64 


120 02 


•".s?^ 


10 91 


8 


44 


12 


Lnrrene^ 






.41 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


!««. - . 






.M 


368 


20 24 


.69 




8 


44 


12 


P^: : 






.45 


3.60 


19.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


44 


12 






.41 


328 


18 04 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


SSSS. : 






.45 


360 


1980 






8 


44 


12 






.41 


328 


1804 


■si^ 


"82 


8 


44 


12 


IMwooih,. 






'1 


3.28 


18.04 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Medlbrd, 






1 


328 


. 18 04 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Milbrd. . 






1 


3.04 


18 24 


.57 


.76 


8 


48 




NewBedford, 






H 


3.00 


18 00 


MM 


.75 


8 


48 


„ 


Nevburyport, 






1 


288 


17.28 


.54 


.72 


8 


48 


. 


Nnrton. 








3.28 


18 04 


.83 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


North Adama. 






'H 


3.00 


16.50 


MH 


.75 


8 


44 


12 


NortJiainpton, 






) 


320 


1920 


.60 


.60 


8 


48 


- 


N«w»d, 








3.28 


1804 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


^W. . . 






[L^ 


8.56 


1958 


.89 


.89 1 


8 


44 


12 


^id. : 






;^ 


865 
2 75 


20 08 
1650 


.68H 
.51H 


:S^ 


8 
8 


44 

48 


12 


Siiem, . . . 








3.28 


18 04 


•6IH 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


Wrflle. . 








3 28 


1804 


.82 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


S^; 






1 


2.25 
864 
8.08 


13 50 
20 02 
1694 


.28H 
.68^i 
.67^ 


.28H 

.91 

.77 


8 
8 
8 


48 
44 
44 


12 
12 


!?*• • .( 






w 


2.50 


1500 


.mi 


:S^ 


8 


48 


. 


Wibrtar, f* 








250 


15 00 


.46^ 
■ 61H 


8 


48 


. 


;«a-toy. . 








3.28 


18 04 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


^.ternich. 






1^ 


3.00 


18.00 


MH 


.75 


8 


48 


_ 


!S*^ 






*V^ 


8.64 


20.02 


.68^ 
MH 


.91 


8 


44 


12 


WahMwtown, 






1^ 


3.00 


18.00 


.75 


8 


48 


— 


Wonerter. . 




u 


3.64 


20.02 


MH 


.91 


8 


44 


12 


Or0ifur$. 


















FaflRhw 


.42 


3.86 


18.48 


.68 


.84 


8 


44 


12 


ff«ni»oad /-midk^^. 


















B«tOD. 


.89^i 


3.34 


1850 


.78H 


.78H 


8H 


47 


12 


Falntm. Ship. 


















Boston, 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


100 


8 


44 


12 


Ftinftn. Uffn. 


















J«t«» (Union B). 
^CEartBorton). . . 


.53H 


5.00 


27.50 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


.50 


400 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


g2f»?r 


.41 


828 


18.04 


.51H 


.82 


8 


44 


12 


^^^■fidd. . . . . 


.44H 


3.56 


19.58 


.89 


.89 


8 


44 


12 


FHMTlMiinn. 


















j«!«@!brew), ; 




Ml 
.45 


328 
3.68 


18.04 
20 24 


.61H 
.92 


.82 


8 

8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


5^500 ^nion A), 




1- 


s. 


t_ 


a. 


>_ 


8 


44 


12 


gwton fewt Boston). 




.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


J«oii (Hyda P*rk), 




.46 


3.68 


20.24 


.92 




8 


44 


12 


Bioclrton, 




^ *.5fl 


4.48 


24 64 


.84 


l"l2 


8 


44 


12 


CJ>i»pee, . . 




{ T 


3.64 
4.00 


20.02 
22.00 


■T 


.91 
1.00 


} « 


44 


12 



' If infnn^ ym , 



I Piece rates. 



s Double time. 



« Also piece rates. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 36 



STATISTICS OF LABOR 



1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: 

Municipalities — Continued. 



By 



Occupations an 
munxcxpautxsb, 



PapOThAiiffwi— C 

Clioton. . 

Concord, 

Danvon. 

Framingham, 

Gloucester, 

Great Barnogton, 

Holyoke, 

Lawrence, 

Lynn, 

Marblehead. . 

Marlborough, . 

MUford. . 

North Adams, 

Norwood, 

Pittsfield, 

Rockland, 

Salem. . 

Southbridge, .' 

Springfield, . 

Taunton, 

Webster, 

Fap€r lUkan. 

Backtendera, 
Hardwick, 

Holyoke, 

Huntington, . 
West Springfield, . 

Beatermen. 
Fitchburg, 
Hardwick, 
Holyoke, 
West Springfield. . 

Beatermen'B Helpers. 
Fitchburg, 
Hardwick, 
Holyoke, 
West Springfield. . 

Calendermen. 
Holyoke, 

Calendermen'e Helpert. 
Holyoke, 



Counters. 



Holyoke, 



Cutters. 



Hardwick, 

Cutters* Helpers. 
Holyoke, 



S0.41 
41 

.38 
.60 
.41 
.40H 
.45^ 
.43H 
.45 
.41 
.41 
.38 
.37H 
.41 
.44H 
MH 
.45 
.28H 
».45H 
.38H 
.31>i 



.23|i 

•21H 

.28H 

.20 

.23H 



.25- 
.87H 
.28H 
.87H- 

ASH 



.20H 
.23H 
.20«/8 



.28H 

.18H- 
.20H 



.19H 
.22H 
.25 

.22H 



I .15- 

1 20 



15- 



13 28 
3.28 
3.04 
4.00 
3.28 
3.25 
3.54 
3.48 
3.60 
3.28 
3 28 
8.04 
3.00 
3.28 
3.50 
2.75 
3.60 
2.25 
3 64 
3.08 
2.50 



1.90 
1.75 
2 25 
2.00 
1 85 



2 OO- 
3.00 
2.25 

3 00- 
3.75 
3.50 



1.65 
1 85 
1 65 
1 75- 
200 
1.75 



1 95 
2.00 
2.25 

1.50- 
1.65 



1 75 
200 
2.25 

2.00 



1.35- 
1 80 



118.04 
18.04 
16 72 
22.00 
18.04 
19 50 
20.02 
10 14 
19.80 
18M 
18.04 
18.24 
1650 
18.04 
19.58 
1650 
19.80 
13.50 
20.02 
16.94 
15.00 



11.40 
1050 
13.50 
12 00 
11.10 



1200- 
18 00 
13 50 
18 00- 
22 50 
21.00 



9.90 
11.10 

9.90 
1050- 
12 00 
1050 



11.70 
12.00 
13.50 

9 OO- 
990 



10.60 
12.00 
13.50 

12.00 



8.10- 
1080 



I0.61H 
.«1M 
.57 
.75 
.61H 
.61 
.68k 
.65>i 
.90 
.61H 

.56K 



.5m 

.67^ 
.28H 
.68H 
■ HTH 



^H 



.30 
.28H 



25- 

.37H 
.28H 

.43^ 



.20^ 
.23h 
.20H 



.21H 



.24H 

.25 

.28H 

.20H 



.50 
.33H 



y» 



S0.83 
.82 
.57 
1.00 
.82 
.81Ji 
.91 
.87 
.90 
.82 
.82 
.76 
.75 
.82 
.89 
MH 
.90 
.28H 
.91 
.77 



•21H 
•2SH 
.30 
.2ZH 



.50- 
.75 

.37H- 
.46Ji 



AlH 

^.46K 
.21H 



HouBS or Labor 



.33H 



Day 


Week 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


48 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


48 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


48 


8 


44 


8 


48 


8 


44 


8 


44 


8 


48 


8 . 


48 


8 


48 


10 


60 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


8 


48 


9 


54 


9 


54 


9 


54 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



13 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 



' Minimum. 



> No work. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOUKS OP LABOR, 191S. 



I. 37 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 







lU 


m OF Waom 


Houaa of Labor 


















NumbM- 


OocDPAnom aitd 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


IfumOPALOUS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

HalfT 

hoUday 


















inEffeot 


P^MTlUken-Gon. 












1 






Fimi$ktn. 


















Fhefabnrg, .... 


/lo.a^i- 


13.00- 
2M 


$12 00- 
15.00 


lO.W- 


I0 4g|- 


} • 


54 


- 


Hanhnek, .... 




3.00 


13.00 


!33H 


'.Z3H 


9 


54 


- 


Heipert — Gentnl. 


















Hanlwidc, .... 


.18H 


l.M 


9.90 


.27H 


•mi 


9 


54 


- 


Ltiftmen. 


















Holyoke. . . . . 


nn 


3.00 


13.00 


- 


- 





54 


- 


MmJtine Tmimv, 


















ntehbiDi 


{ ;S^ 


8.00- 
8.50 


18.00- 
31.00 


■«1 


.76- 
.87H 


} » 


48 


- 


Hanhrkk. .... 


.3^ 


8.00 


18.00 


, .37^ 


1- 


' 8 


48 


- 


HoUroke. .... 


I i»H 


ZOO- 
8.75 


18.0(^ 
33 50 


•- 


{ :J^ 


» 


48 


- 


HimtinctoD 


.40 


4.00 


34 00 


.80 


.60 


10 


60 


_ 


WertSprincfield. . 


.43H 


3.50 


31.00 


«K 


.43H 


8 


48 


- 


IfedktiM Tmi^n* Hdpen. 


















Ktchbun. .... 


{ :J?«- 


1.50- 
3.00 


9.0(V- 
13.00 


■r^ 


■.^- 


} • 


48 


- 


Patktn tmi Skipptn. 


















HoJjok. 


1 :i 


1.05 
1.75 
300 


9 90 
1050 
13.00 


i 


' - 


9 


54 


- 


Mp. S^vkile, and Paper 


















NorthMnpton: 


















mtamti 


f .30 
1 -36^ 


1.00 
3.70 


9.60 
16.30 


.30 


.80 


} ' 


48 


- 


BepeirxDeii. 


1.00- 
8.35 


9.60- 
19.50 


.54H 


iSn 


• 


54 


- 


Wood nouk. 


.mj 


1.00 


9.60 


.26H 


26^ 





54 


. 


Woodyard. . . . 


\ .31H 


1.00- 
1.00 


9.60- 
11.40 


:uir 


l26H- 


} • 


54 


- 


Seata-g. 


















HcJyoke 


( '^• 


1.90- 
3.00 


11.40- 
12.00 


:^- 


} - 


9 


54 


- 


TUri Honda. 


















Hiidwkk 


{ M 


1.65 


990 


.20H 


1. 


8 


48 


. 


Holyoke. . . . . 


1 65 
1.75 


990 
10 50 


, 1. 


/ .30H 
1 .21^ 


} » 


48 


- 




















Hoiyoke, . . . . 


i -2^ 


3.00- 
3.25 


12.00- 
18.50 


1- 


/ .25- 
\ .28H 


} * 


48 


- 


PattwnlUlBm. 


















Bortoat (Union A). 


.45 


4.05 


/ 32.50 
\ 24.30 


} .87H 


.90 


9 


f 50 
1 54 


12 


Bo«too (Union B), 


l -47 


8.51- 
4.28 


21.06- 
25.38 


.58H- 
.70H 


.58H- 
.70H 


} • 


54 


- 


RtdOmrt. . . . . 


/ .ZS- 
\ .40 


8.61- 
4.00 


20.52- 
23.00 


.57- 
.60 


.76- 
.80 


.S« 


54 

55 


} " 


Uwienoe, .... 


/ .38- 
l -42 


3.23- 
4.10 


17.83- 
33.68 


:8^ 


.66- 

.84 


} 9H 


54 


12 


KtttfeW, . . . . 


.41 


4.10 


22.55 


.51 


.51 


10 


55 


12 



1 No work. 



* Includes also Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, and Quinoy. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 38 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Howrs of Labor in Each Occupation on Odober i, 191S: 

MunicipaliHes — Continued. 



By 









Rates or Wages 


Hours or Labor 


















Number 


OCCXTPATXONS AKD 








Over- 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MvNzciPALinsa. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


Pattern Mak«n — Con. 


















Springfield, . . . . 


/ 10.36- 


$3.15- 
4.45 


$i8.«a- 

26.26 


I0.52H- 


- 


9 

10 


64 

59 


3 



Worcester (Union A), 




3.75 
4.50 


20.63 
24 75 


.67^ 


I0"75 
.90 


} *° 


55 


12 


Worcester (Union B). 




.82H 


3.25 


17.88 


- 


- 


10 


56 


12 


T%nn, 




















Boston, . 




MH 


5.00 


30.00 


1.25 


1 25 


8 


48 


— 


Lawrence.^ 




.60 


5.20 


28.80 


.90 


1.20 


SH 


48 


12 


Fftfinc Outtan. 


















Chelmsford, .... 


«.40H 


3.25 


19.50 


- 


- 


8 


48 


6 


FaU River 


t.40 


3.20 


1920 


. 


- 


8 


48 




Rockport 


«.30 


2.40 


14.40 


- 


- 


8 


48 


- 


Fhoto-SncraY«n. 


















Boston: 




















AZH 


385 


21.00 


.66^ 


87^ 


SH 


48 


12 


Newspaper, day, 


MH 


4.83 


26.00 


.81^ 


.'64H 


8 


48 


• 


Newspaper, night. 


.60%, 


4.83 


29.00 


.»0H 


8 


48 


- 


Springfield 


{ f^' 


3.67- 
4.59 


20.00- 
25.00 


f^- 


.SiH- 

1.02 


} • 


49 


12 


Piano and Organ WorlnrB. 


















Cambridge, .... 


MH 


1.50 


S9.00 


MH 


MH 


9 


54 


2 


Plastireri. 


















Attleborough, 


.M 


440 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Beverly, . 




.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Boston, . 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Brockton, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Cambridge, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


■^^ 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Clinton, . 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.80 


8 


44 


12 


Dedham, 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


FaU River, 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


.90 


8 


48 


. 


Fitohbuig, 
Framingham,* 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


1.20 


8 


48 


— 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


.97H 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 








.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Greenfield, 






.60 


480 


28.80 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


48 


- 


Holyoke, 






i62M 


5.00 


27.50 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Lawrence, 






5.00 


27.50 


1.^ 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Lenox. . 






63H 


5.00 


27.50 


• 9SH 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Lowell, . 






!50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


IfUtrlborough, 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


New Bedford, 




.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Newburyport, 




.55 


4.40 


24.20 


.S2H 


.82H 


8 


44 


12 


Newton, . . 




.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1-30 


8 


44 


12 


North Adams, 




M\i 


4.50 


27.00 


1.12H 


1.12H 


8 


48 


~ 


Northampton, 




.62H 


5.00 


30.00 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


48 


- 


Pittsfield. 




62»^ 


5.00 


27.50 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Quincy, . 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Salemf . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Somerville, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


SouthbricUe, 
Taunton, 






MH 


8.75 


22.50 


•70H 


.70H 


8 


48 








.65 


5.20 


28.60 


1.80 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


1.20 


8 


48 




Wobum, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


«. 


«- 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester, 






.65 


5.20 


28.60 


.97H 


1.80 


8 


44 


12 



^ Also piece rates. 

« Minimum; also piece work. 



* Average. 
« No work. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOUKS OF LABOR, 1918. 



I. 39 



Union Scale qf Wages and Hours of Labor in Each OccupaHon on October i, 191S: By 
, Munidpaliiies — Continued. 







^^^ 


Ratss or Wagss 


Houas OP Labob 


















Number 


OCCUPATIONB AND 
HUNICIPAXJTXSS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundayff 

and 
Holidays 

(Hour) 


D*y 


Week 


of Months 

Weekly 

HalN 

hoUday 

in Effect 


PlMlmn' T»iul«n. 


















Boston, 


I0.41H 


13.32 


$18.26 { 


>$0.62k 


}|0.83 


8 


44 


12 


nmnban. 


















Attfebarough. 


.40H 


3.25 


19.50 


.81H 


.813i 


8 


48 


„ 


Beirsriy, . 






.00 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Boston, . 






':S1I 


5.00 


27.50 


1.25 


1.25 


8 


44 


12 


Brockton, 






4.50 


24.75 


1 12H 


1.12H 


8 


44 


12 


ETwett, . 






.60 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1 00 


8 


44 


12 


FaQ River, . 






:J|g 


3.50 


21.00 


.87^ 


.87H 


8 


48 




Fttchbwx. . 






3.50 


21.00 


.87H 


.87H 


8 


48 


. 


Gloucester, . 






.40fj 


8.25 


19.50 


.81^ 


SIH 


8 


48 


3 


HftwhiU. . 






.4BH 


3.50 


21.00 


. 




8 


48 


5 


Hdyoke, 








8.82 


21.00 


.95H 


• 95H 


8 


44 


12 


Lavrenoe, 






A7H 


3.82 


21.00 


.71H 


■95H 


8 


44 


12 


LeaoK. . . 






.433i 


3.50 


19.25 


65^ 


.87H 


8 


44 


12 


Lowell, . 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


fe: : 






s. 


4.80 


26.40 


1 20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 






MH 


4.25 


23.38 


.79^ 


1.06K 


8 


44 


12 


Medford, 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Natick, . . 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


/ «.75 

1 1.00 

1.00 


} 1.00 
1.00 


8 


44 


12 


New Bedford, 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


8 


44 


12 


Nevton, 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Northampton, 






m 


3.50 


21.00 


.65^ 


.87H 


8 


48 


3 


Rttsfidd, . 






3.00 


16.50 


.56>i 


.75 


8 


44 


12 


Qtimey, 






.00 


4.80 


26 40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


&)ni)cfield, 






MH 


4.36 


34.00 


1.09 


1.09 


8 


44 


12 


Wakefield, . 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Waltham. 






.55 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Wobum,» 






.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Woroeeter, 




MH 


4.50 


24.75 


1.12H 


1.12M 


8 


44 


12 


PlumlMn, MarliM. 


















Qtiincy 


{ -^ 


3.0O- 
3.50 


18.00- 
21.00 


.66H 


.75- 
•B7H 


} « 


48 


- 


FTMiFMdm. 


















Boston: 


















Day 


j 1^- 


2.92 
3.10 


•16.00 
17.00 


r50 

.53H 


■.%tl 


} SH 


48 


12 


Xight, . . 






- 


• 18.00 
19.00 


i^ 


.75 
.79H 


•48 


- 


Aanstants. day, . 


. 


'%i 


2*92 
3.10 


•16.00 
17.00 


T.50 
.53H 


.66% 
• 70H 


1 9H 


48 


12 


Aanstants, nisht. 


. 


'^2 


^ 


•18.00 
19.00 


•*^^ 


.75 
.79H 


\ - 


•48 


- 


Bieckton, . . 




{ *31H 


2.25 

2.50 


•13.50 
15.00 


•'.42H 
.46>g 


:l?^ 


} ® 


48 


- 



> Saturday afternoon, 62)^ cents; evenings, 

* On January 1, 1914, the hourly rate was increased to 65 cents. 

> No plumber is allowed to work by the hour; he must be paid by half or full day. 

* Saturday afternoon, 75 cents an hour. 
< Also Stoneham and Winchester. 

* Minimum rates according to kind of machine operated or the number. 
' After midnight double time or same rate as for Sundays and holidays. 
I Work five nights. 

* After 10 P.M. doable time or same rate as for Sundays and holidajrs. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 40 



STATISTICS OF LABOR 



1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Ratbb op Waoks 


HouBs OP Labor 


















Number 


Occupations and 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


Municipalities. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


Printing PrMimon. 


















Cylinier. 
Boston. 


10.48 


14.20. 


$23.00 


10.72 


10.96 


SH 


48 


12 


Brockton 




3.33 


1 20.00 




.83^ 


8 


48 




Lawrence, .... 


{ '4^" 


3.17- 
3.83 


19.00- 
23.00 


.79H- 
.95>i 


} ^ 


48 


- 


LoweU 


4M»i 


3.55 


19.50 


!61 


•siyi 


SH 


48 


12 


Norwood (day), . 


{ :S 


4.20 
4.37 


>28.00 
24.00 


«.72 
.76 


.96 
1.00 


} .H 


48 


12 


Norwood (night), . 


.52%, 




^26.00 


.78H 


1.04K 




*48 


- 


Job, 


















Boston 


•37^ 


3.28 


18.00 


.;S^ 


.75 


SH 


48 


12 


Brockton 


.SRis 


2.83 


» 17.00 


•70^ 


8 


48 




Lawrence, .... 


.88H 


2.57 


16.00 


.50 


• 66H 


8 


48 


• 


LoweU 


.87H 


2.78 


15.00 


.46H 


62 V^ 


SH 


48 


12 


Norwood (day). . 


3.28 


U8.00 


«.66^ 


.75 


SH 


48 


12 




.41^ 




20.00 


.62H 


SSH 




•48 


^ 


Freaamen, n. «. 


















Pittsfield 


.Ziyi 


2.66 


•15.00 


.46Ji 


MH 


sy^ 


48 


12 


Worcester. .... 


■37Vs 


3.28 


18.00 


.66H 


874 


48 


12 


Worcester (assistants), . 


.20H 


1.82 


10.00 


.ilH 


•31K 


SH 


48 


12 


wa>. 


















Boston: 


















Apprentices, 


I '^ 


{:S^ 


8.00 
10.00 


■.m 


:^ 


6 


36 


_ 




1 MH 


2.00 


12.00 


.33H 


.33H 








Brakemen, .... 




3.00 


23.40 


.65 


l.iiM 


7 


42 


« 


Journejrmen, 


4^^ 


3.45 


20.70 


.57H 


i^ 


7 


42 


. 


Pressmen 


•WM 


4.15 


24.90 


.70 


7 


42 


— 


FaU River. . . . . 




4.00- 
445 


22.50- 
26.00 


} - 




8 


45 


12 


Holyoke 


.60 


4.00 


24.00 


.76 


1.00 


8 


48 


— 


Lawrence, .... 




3.17 
383 


19.00 
23.00 


.59H 
• 71H 


:S« 


} « 


48 


- 


LoweU 


/ *43^ 


3.83 


21.00 


.66H 


.87H 


8H 


48 


12 


Worcester 


3.50 
4.50 


21 00 
27.00 


tP, 


-.84^ 


} « 


48 




Quarry Work«n. 


















Chelmsford: 


















Blacksmiths, 


1 .37- 
\ .40 


20^ 
3.20 


17.76- 
1920 


.37- 
.40 


} - 


8 


48 




Brakemen 


\ .27 


2.08- 
2.16 


12.4*- 
12.96 


.2ft- 
.27 


I - 


8 


48 




Derrickmen, 


/ .25- 
1 .29 


2.00- 
2.32 


12.00- 
13.92 


.25- 
.29 


j - 


8 


48 




DriUers, .... 


/ .24- 
l .33 


1.92- 
2.64 


11.52- 
15 84 


.24- 
.33 


} - 


8 


48 




Laborers, .... 


/ .22- 
i .23 


1.76- 
1.84 


10.66- 
11.04 


.22- 
.23 


1 - 


8 


48 




Sectionmen, 


/ .23- 
l .27 


1.84- 
2.16 


11.04- 
12.96 


.23- 
.27 


■ - 


8 


48 




East Longmeadow: 
Planermen, .... 


















.38 


3.42 


20.14 


- 


- 


9 


53 


- 


Quanymen, 


.20H 


2.39 


1405 


- 


- 


9 


53 


. 


Stone sawyers, . 


.32 


2.88 


1696 


■ 


" 


9 


53 


■" 



^ Minimum. 

• After 10 P.M. double time or same rate as for Sundays and hoUdays. 

• Minimum rates according to the kind of machine operated. 

• After midnight double time or same rate as for Sundajrs and hoUdays. 

• Work five nights. 

• No scale — average wage. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.1 UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1918. I. 41 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 
Municipalities — Ck>Dtmued. 





Ratm or Waoss | 


HouM OP Labor 


O0CUPATX021B Ain> 
MumciPAunxs. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 1 

Holidayt 
(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Number 
olMonthi 

«^ 
holiday 
inEffeet 


Qoarry Worlnn — Con. 


















MiUbrd: 
BbekamHbs, 
Derrickmen, first. 
Derrickmen, aecond, . 
Derrickmen, third, 

Boekport, .... 


10 43 
.31 
.29 
.26 
.30 
.30 
.25 


$3.44 
248 

2.32 

2.08 
2.40 
240 
2.00 


$20.04 
14.88 
13.02 
12.48 
14.40 
14.40 
12.00 


$0.64H 

.45 
.30 


$0.86 

.62 

.58 

.52 

.60 
,.37H 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 


1 


BoMl BdUnff KnffliiMn. 


















Brockton, .... 

Satan.' *.*.;;; 


.50 


4.00 
3.50 
4.00 


24.00 

•21.00 

24 00 


.75 


't 


8 
8 
8 


48 
48 
48 


~ 


SooCen. 

Boston 

Brockton. ... 
Brockton (helpers). 

Lynn, 

Springfield 


.50 


250- 

4.00 

4.40 

3.00 

4.00 

4.00 


13.75- 

22.00 

24 20 

10.50 

22.00 

22.00 


.75 
1.10 
.75 
.75 
.75 


1.10 

.75 

1 00 

1.00 


8 
8 
8 


44 

44 
44 
44 
44 


12 

12 
12 
12 
12 


Bailmftlnn. 


















^^"""^ 


.33H 


3.00 


18.00 


.50 


.50 


9 


54 


- 


Borton: 
Bofttswninfl. 






•35.00- 
45 00 












Quartermasters. . 


- 


. 


•36.00- 
45 00 


I - 


- 


. 


- 


_ 


Seamen 


- 


- 


•30.00- 
35.00 


} - 




- 


- 


- 




















Boston. ..... 

Brockton, .... 

FsU River 

Holyoke. ... 


.55 

\ .35 
.44 


4.40 

4.20 

2.00- 

2.80 

3.52 


24.20 

23.10 

12.00- 

16.80 

19.36 


1.10 

1 05 

.60- 

.70 

.66 


1 10 

1.05 

.60- 

.70 

.88 


8 
8 

} * 
8 


44 
44 

48 

44 


12 
12 

12 


Lowell 


.37H 


3.00 


16.50 


{.:?!« 


} •" 


8 


44 


12 


Lynn, 


.00 


4.80 


26.40 


/ .60 
1*1 20 


1 1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Usklen. 

MsribocouKh 


.50 
.50 
.50 


4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
3.50 


24.00 
24.00 
24.00 
19.25 


.75 

1.00 

.76 

.66H 


1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

^ .87H 


8 
8 
8 
8 


48 
48 
48 
44 


8 
4 
9 
12 


Quiney 


.37H 


3.00 


18.00 


\ •.75 
.75 


.75 


8 


48 


- 


Sdem 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


^ 1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Sivincfield a'nion A). . 


.3^ 


3.50 


21.00 


.58H 


MH 


(.! 


54 

55 


} * 
12 


Sprincfield (Union B), . 


A7H 


3.82 


21.00 


r -51^ 


^ .87H 


44 


Woreeeter 


.mi 


3.25 


19.50 


/ .61 
1 *.81>i 


} .81K 


8 


48 


- 


Ship Elfffftrs. 


















GkKKester 


.40 


4.00 


24.00 


.60 


.80 


10 


60 


- 



1 No work. 

• Minimum. 

> Rates per month. 



« Double time after 9 p.m. 
• Double time after midnight. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 42 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

MunieipaUHes — Continued. 







Ra 


ns OP Waosb 




HouBS or Labor 


















Number 


OoCUPATtOMS AHD 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 




Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


State Imploym. 


















MetrovoliUm Park EmpU>yee$. 
Stoneiuun: 


















Chauffeurs, .... 


$0.37H 
.37H 


$3.00 


$18.00 


. 


$0.87H 


8 


48 




Foremen, .... 


3.00 


18.00 


— 


.37H 


8 


48 




Laborers 


.81k 


2.50 


15.00 


. 


.31^ 


8 


48 






3.00 


18.00 


_ 


.37H 


8 


48 




Painters, .... 


'34^ 


2.75 


16.50 


- 


.34H 


8 


48 




Teamsters 


.34H 


2.75 


16.50 


- 


.34H 


8 


48 




Metropolitan Water and Sewer 


































Boston 


.ZIH 


2.50 


15.00 


m.i»H 


•49H 


8 


48 


4 


StMUBlltten. 


















Journeymen. 
Attleboroush, 


.iOH 


3.25 


10.50 


.BIH 


BIH 


8 


48 


„ 


Beverly, 


.60 


4.80 


26 40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Boston, 


MH 


4.50 


24.75 


1.12H 


112H 


8 


44 


12 


Brockton, .... 


.56 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


8 


44 


12 


Gloucester, .... 


:1^ 


3.26 


19.50 


.81K 


.81K 


8 


48 


3 


HaverhiU 


3.50 


21.00 






8 


48 


5 


Lawrence, .... 


.41 


3.28 


18.04 


T61H 


782 


8 


44 


12 


Lenox 


.43K 


3.50 


19 25 


.655^ 
.62^- 
.87H 


.87M 


8 


44 


12 


LoweU (Union A), . . 


/ .81>i- 


2.50- 
3.50 


13.75- 
19.25 


.62H- 


} » 


44 


12 


LoweU (Union B). 


.40 


»3.20 


17.60 


.80 


!80 


8 


44 


12 


Lyim, 


.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Natick 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


/ «.75 
\ 1.00 


} 1.00 
.87H 


8 


44 


12 


Northampton, 


.4ZH 


3.50 


21.00 


8 


48 


8 


Pittsfield 


1 .37H- 
1 .60 


3.00- 
4.00 


16.50- 
22.00 


.76- 
1.00 


} " 


44 


12 


Quincy, 

Springfield 

WakeSeld 


.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


.50 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


.60 


4.00 


22.00 


,1.00 


1.00 


8 


^ 


12 


Woburn 


.46 


3.60 


19.80 


.67H 


.90 


8 


12 


Worcester, .... 


.54%! 


4.36 


24.00 


1.09 


1.09 


8 


44 


12 


Helpera. 
Boston, 


MH 


2.50 


13.75 


.62H 


.62H 


8 


44 


12 


Worcester 


.80H 


2.45 


13.60 


.61H 


.61H 


8 


44 


12 


StMinilttfln, lUrliM. 


















Quincy, 


/ .37H- 

I .43^ 


3.00- 
3.50 


18.00- 
21.00 


MH- 
.65§i 


.75- 
.87H 


} * 


48 


- 


Quincy (helpers), . 


/ .21^- 
l .25 


1.75- 
2.00 


10.50- 
12.00 


*87H" 


.435i- 
.50 


1 « 


48 


- 



^ Average. 



t Saturday afternoon, 75 cemta an hour. 



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NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. I. 43 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 
MunicipaMHea — Continued. 





IUtss of Wagk 


Otkbtimk 


Emxrobnct Sbbviob* 


Daily 
Hours of 


AHD OOCUP^TXOIW. 


MileacB 
Rates 


Guar- 
anteed 
Daily 
Rates 


Guar- 
anteed 
Monthly 
Rates' 


Hourly 
Rates 

of 
WagBS< 


One 
Hour 

or 
Less 


From 

One to 

Five 

Hours 


Over 
Five 
Hours 


Labor 

(including 

Sundays 

and 
Holidays) 


Moam BallroAd 
P9t$enger Sertic: 

Brakemffn, .... 


10.0166 
.0150 


$2.76| 

2.66i 

4.2o| 

3.35| 
2.66 


t $69.00 

75.00 

164.50 

70.00 

U15.00 

125.00 

t92.00 

100.00 

72.50 


10.25 
.27 
.24 
.25 

} '^ 

\ .33 

.24 


}»|0.27 

} ^.25 

•.42 

•.33 
.24 


$1.35 

1.25 

2.10 

1.65 
1.25 


$2.75 

2.66 

4.20 

8.35 
2.65 


10 
10 


Cbodoctow. 


.0268 


10 


ConduetocB. anistant. . 
Heir trytntTum (flagmen)* 


.0216 
.01625 


10 
10 



1 The lower rates are the guaranteed rates for eaoh 28 dajrs. The higher rates are based on a monthly basis of 
30.42 days avecage. The wages are, however, approximately the same on the three railroads considered. 

< For all time in excess of ten hours the rates specified are paid, but the mileage rate is paid if, on that basis, 
the earnings are in excess erf the minimum hourly rate. 

* Emogenoy service may be defined as "service performed before and in addition to regular runs, between 
trips, or before registering off duty." 

« liifcniDataon relative to wages and hours of labor of employees in train and yard service of the Boston A Maine, 
New York Central A Hiidaon River, and the New York, New Haven A Hartford systems are practically identical , 
this uufbrmity being in accordance with the agreement between the members of the Eastern Association of General 
Commitiees. 

• The following rules regarding emergency service on one of the three railroad systems apply: 

s. Service 6e/ore scheduled leaving time of initial train— (1) For more than 30 minutes or less than two hours, 
bourly rate paid, 60 minutes or leas to count as one hour. (2) For less than five hours and more than two hours 
or lor runs of leas than one-half the number of miles constituting a day's pay, one-half day's wages is paid. (3) 
For mote than five hours or for a run of more than one-half the number of miles constituting a day's pay, not less 
than one day's wages is paid. 

h. Service httween the hours of the regular day's nm — One-tenth of the daily rate per hotir is paid, miles not 
being oompated in this extra service. 

c Service mfter completing day's run — Not less than one day's wages is paid except when notified before leav- 
ing company's premises after wwldng less than one-half the number of hours or miles which constitutes a day, 
the pay then being not less than that for one-half day. After working more than one-half the number of hours 
or miles, which constitutes a day's work, the pay is not less than that for one day. Time for this extra service 
commences at the completion of the day's work. 



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I. 44 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hotura of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

MunicipaHties — Continued. 



Bbanches op Sbbvicb and Occupations. 



Btaun Eallffoxl ImploTMt — Con. 

Through arU Irregular Freight Train Service. 

Brakemen, 

Conduoton, 

Flacmen, 



Local or Pick-up and Drop Sernee. 
Bnucomoiif ....... 

Conduoton, 

F1agm«n, 



Brakemen, . 
Conductors, 
Flagmen, . 



Milk Train Service. 



Ratsb op WA.oat 



MileacB 
Rates 



10.0343 
.0868 
.02525 



.027 

.03075 

.028 



.017 

.0268 

.018 



Ouanoi- 

tasdDaay 

Rates^ 



12.40 
3.68 
2.52 



2.70 

3.075 

2.80 



•2.75 
M.20 
•2.85 



Oti 



Rates of 

Wacss 

an Hour* 



10.24 
.86 
.25 



.27 

.346 

.8075 

.48 

.28 

.36 



DaOyHoun 
of lAbor 
Qooluding 
Sundasrs 

and 
Holidays) 



10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 





HouBLT Rates or Wa.qis 


Daily Hoitbb 
OP Labob 


Bbanchm op Sbbvicb and Occupations. 


Day 


Night 


and^^^t 
Service 


Yard Service.* 
HrakemoD, ....... 


f 10.33 
.35 
.36 
.37 
.38 

f .36 ] 

.80 
.40 J 


$0.33 
.84 
.35 
.36 
.37 

f .34 
.36 
.37 
.38 
.80 

I .40 


8 


Conductors, .......... 


10 

I 8 




10 



1 The guaranteed daily rate is based on the mileage rate, 100 miles or leas constituting a day's work except on 
one railroad where 75 miles or less constitute a day's work in the local or pick-up freight service. 

* Overtime is computed on the basis of the actual time (over 10 hours) worked or held for duty, being paid for 
at the rate of 10 miles an hour for the class of service performed. The mileage rate in the local or pick-up and drop 
freight service of one raihoad for runs of over 75 miles for each additional mile is 10.0346 for brakemen, 10.048 for 
conductors, and 10.036 for flagmen. These rates are used as a basis for calculating the overtime rates which are 
based on a minimum of 10 miles an hour. 

* The guaranteed monthly rates in milk train service are stated as follows: Brakemen, $71.50; conductors, 
$100.20; flagmen. $74.10. 

* In the schedule of rates of pay on one railroad the daily rates were classified as first, second, and third 
"triclcs'* of eight hours each. In order to tabulate the information the hourly rate has been computed and the 
second and third tricks have been classified as night service. 



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NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 1918. 



I. 45 



Unian SccAe cf Wages and Hovrs of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 



OoCUPAnOIfB AlfD 
MUNICIFALRiat. 



Baplo y ti — Ckm. 

Ask-vUMen, 
(roandhooBe), . 

Bagffmgemen. > 

BUeksmiUu. 



BostoD (Hyde Pkrk). 
Boilermdten. 
Beaton. . 



Norwood, 

Bailermaken* Helpert. 

Boston 

Boston Croundhouae), . 



BciUr Wa$ker$. 
Greenfield, 



Brokemen.^ 

Call Bow*' 
Boston (toundhouae). 



Car Workert. 
(Hyde Park). 



CarpenUn. 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston (Hyde Park), 

Sakm (shop nien), 

Taunton, 



Carpentera* Htlpera. 
B oston, .... 



Boston. 

Somerville, 
Sfiringfield. 

Boston, 
Boston. 



CUanera {Car). 



CUrka. 



Ratss op Waom 



Hour 



I0.40H 



Sir 

.35H 

.28H- 
.40 
MM 
.28H- 



.25 
.25 
.34H 



.28 



.18H 



'.81 
.35 

k.28 
.27>^ 
.29 



.19H 

.17- 
.33 



.10 



Day 



12.70 



2.76 
3.00 

3.15 
2.80 
2.75- 
2.90 



250 



1.95 
1.95 

} - 

M.90 
/ 1.70- 
\ 3.65 



Week 



$18.60 
18.55 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



10.4514- 



.42H- 

.60 

.54 

.42^- 
.58H 



.32K- 
.37M 
.37^ 
M\i 



.39 



.45 



.46^ 

.52H 

.42 

A\H- 

.43H 



.29>i 

.29Ji 

.26^ 

.49>t 



Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 



•0.45H- 



.42M- 

.60 

.54 

.42H- 
MM 



.32K- 

.37H 
.37H 
.36>i 



.39 



.45 



.46^ 
.52H 
.42 

.4m- 

.43M 



.29K 
.19H 



HouBs OP Labor 



Day 



12 



1; 

9 
9 

} • 

^ ! 

9 



10 
10 
9 

10 
9 



Wedc 



84 



53 
53 

S53 
53 
53 



53 

61 
53 



53 



77 
54 

«60 

53 

53 

•53 

59 

60 

f 60 

I 70 

60 

53 

60 
54 



Number 
ol Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



^ See paces 43 and 44. 
< Paid for 54 hours work. 

* Time and one^ourth for overtime, Sundays, and holidays. 

* Nifht work, 53 hours a week. 

* Pay figured on a 10-hour day basis. 

* Outside men, 59 hours; inside m«i, 53 hours, 
V Minimum. 



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I. 46 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — I9I4. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, WIS: By 

Municipalities r^Contmued, 







Ratis or Waobb 




HouBB or Labos 


















Number 


OOCXTTATIONS AM) 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundajrs 






of Months 


MUNICXPAUTIIS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

Holidays 

(Hoiu) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 


















in Effect 




















-Ooa. 


















Cltrka — On. 


















Boston (freight), . 


— 


~ 


$16.02 


- 


- 


10 


- 


— 


Boston (tall3anen), 


I0.26H 

.22^0 


$2.56 


- 


$0 38 


$0.38 


10 


60 


- 


Boston (delivery). . 


2.29 


— 


- 


— 


10 


60 


— 


Boston (reoeivinc), 


.26H 


2.5« 


— 


~ 


. 


10 


60 


— 


FaU River, . 




/ 2.35- 
\ 2.65 


} - 


- 


- 


10 


• 60 


- 


FitohbuTK (office), . 


- 


/ 2.10- 
1 3.40 


1 


- 


- 


9 


54 


- 


Fitchburg (yard). 


- 


2 30 


- 


- 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Framingham, 


- 


/ 2.05- 
\ 2.80 


1 


- 


- 


10 


/ 60 
\ 70 


} - 


Greenfield, . 


- 


/ 1.70- 
3 00 


j 1 


- 


- 


»9 


54 




Holyoke, 


- 


2.26 


- 


- 


- 


m 


59 


- 


Lawrence (freight). 


- 


/ 1.90- 
\ 3.65 


} - 


- 


- 


9 


54 


12 


Lawrence (yard), . 


- 


/ 2.05- 
\ 2 75 


1 


- 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Lowell. .... 


« 


«2.10 


- 


- 


- 


9H 


57 


13 


Lynn. .... 


- 


/ 1.70- 
\ 3 50 


} - 


- 


- 


9 


54 


- 


Northampton (office), . 


- 


/ 2 10- 
l 3 15 


1 


- 


- 


10 


f 60 
1 68 


} - 


Northampton (yard), . 


« 


2.35 


- 


- 


*- 


10 


70 




Northampton (freight 


















checkers), . 


. 


230 


- 


- 


-. 


10 


60 


— 


Salem (freight house), . 
Salem (freight checkers). 


_ 


3 15 


. 


- 


. 


10 


60 


— 


. 


2.30 


- 


— 


- 


10 


60 


— 


Somerville, . 


_ 


2.65 


.. 


.26 


.26 


10 


68 


— 


Springfield. . . . 


- 


/ 2.00- 
3 65 


} : 


- 


s- 


10 


/ 60 
\ 70 


} : 


Worcester (checkers), . 
Worcester (deUvery). . 


_ 


2.30 




. 


. 


10 


60 




- 


230 


- 


- 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Conductors. Railway.* 


















Engineera, Loeomotivt. 


















Freight 


- 


475 


- 


A7H 


- 


•10 


. 


— 


Passenger, 


- 


4.25 


- 


.50 


- 


10 


- 


- 


Switch, .... 


- 


4.10 


- 


.41 


- 


10 


- 


- 


FiBBMSN, Locomotive. 


















Frnghl Serviee. • 


















Less than 40 tons, . 


_ 


2 75 


« 


7 , 


. 


■10 


• 


— 


40 to 50 tons. . 


- 


2.85 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 



^ Yard clerks work 11 hours a day. 

* Minimiun. 

> Double time on Sundays and holidajrs. 
« See pages 43 and 44. 

* Ten hours or less, or 100 miles or less, constitute a day's work. 

* Rates of wages are graded according to weights of locomotives in tons on drivers. 

' Overtime in all classes of service, except passenger, is paid for pro rata on the minute bans. Except as other- 
wise specified 10 hours, or 100 miles . is the basis for computing overtime. Miles and hours are not counted together ; 
when miles exceed hours, miles are allowed, and when hours exceed miles, hours are aUowed. 

Overtime in passenger service (except suburban service) is paid at the rate of 30 cents pw hour on the basis oi 
20 miles an hour, computed on the minute basis. Five hours or less, 100 miles or less, constitute a day's work. 

On short turn around runs, no single one of which exceeds 80 miles, including surburban swvice, overtime is 
paid for all time actually on duty, or held for duty, in excess of eight hours (computed on each run from the time 
required to report for duty to end of that run) within 12 consecutive hours; and also for all time in excess of 12 
consecutive hours, computed continuously from the time first required to report to the final release at the end of 
the last nm. Time is counted as continuous service in all cases where the interval of rdease from duty at any 
point does not exceed one hour. 



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NO. 97.] UNION WAGES ASD HOURS OF LABOR, 191S. 



I. 47 



Urdan Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 1913: 
Municipalities — Continued. 



By, 





Ratm op Waom 




















Number 


OOCUPAIIOICB AND 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MuNiczPALrrm. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
HoUdays 
(Hour) 


Di^ 


Week 


Weekly 
Hall- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


•iMm RailRMd SmptoyM 


















— Con. 


















Fnifhi Simee^— Con. 


















SOtoTOtona, .... 


- 


$3 00 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


70 to 85 tons, . . . . 


-. 


3 10 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


-. 


85tol00ton>, 


- 


320 


- 


- 


- 


10 


. 


- 


100 to 125 ton*. 


- 


330 


_ 


- 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


12Stol50ton>, . 


- 


356 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


. 


Orer 160 tons. 


- 


4 00 


. 


- 


» 


10 


_ 


_ 


Mallei encines, 


- 


400 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


HotOtn {Engine). 




f 2.40 


1 












Botrtlen, . . . . 


- 


2.50 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


PoMen^er Serne*. » 




I 3.25 


J 












Imb than 40 tons. . 


- 


245 


. 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


40to50ton8, ... 


_ 


250 


.. 


« 


.. 


10 


_ 


« 


50 to 70 tons, . . , . 


- 


2.60 


- 


__ 


- 


10 


_ 


. 


TOtoSStona, .... 


_ 


2 70 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


« 


» to 100 tons. 


- 


286 


- 


_ 


- 


10 


- 


.. 


100 to 125 tons. 


_ 


300 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


« 


125tol50tons. . . . 


_ 


3.20 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


150 to 175 tons. 


_ 


3.40 


_ 


_ 


. 


10 


_ 


_ 


Orer 175 tons. 


- 


3 60 


- 


- 


_ 


10 


- 


_ 


Mallet enginee. . . . 


- 


4.00 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


Switching Service.^ 


















LiSi than 70 tons. . 


- 


2.50 


. 


. 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


70 tons or over. 


_ 


260 


_ 


„ 


« 


10 


_ 


_ 


Mallet encines, . . . 


- 


400 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


Pin Cleanera and Tenders. 


















Boston (roundhouse), . 


$oaoH 


- 


- 


I0 20H 


I0 20>^ 


12 


84 


- 


Flagmen.* 


















Preighi Bandlera. 


















|)rton 


- 


2.30 


- 


•34H 


.34H 


10 


60 


- 


Holyoke. .... 


- 


•1.96 


. 






10 


60 


- 


Lowell. 


_ 


1 96 


— 


- 


- 


10 


60 


_ 


Northampton (truckers), 


- 


1.95 


_ 


- 


4 _ 


10 


60 


_ 


Salem 


- 


1.95 


- 


_ 


- 


10 


60 


« 


WoBosster (truckers), . 


- 


1.95 


- 


- 


- 


10 


60 


- 


Fuel Handler,. 


















Boston, 


.18 


1 80 


- 


- 


- 


10 


70 


- 


Inapectcre. 


















Boston (car) 


.20 


- 


- 


39 


.26 


10 


60 


- 


Boston (locomotive), . 


.25 


_ 


- 


26 


.25 


10 


70 


. 


Grsenfield (cw). . . . 


.25H 


- 


- 


.37H 


.26^ 


10 




- 


Woreester (car). 


.25H 


- 


- 


.38 


.25H 


- 1 


•77 
84 


} - 


Mackiniete. 














Boston. 

Rtehbun, .... 


/ .30H- 


} - 


- 


/ .46^- 


AHH- 
.63 


': 


53 
54 


2 


fiprincfiald 


{ :JS^ 


}'- 


- 


{ :JS'^- 


A5H- 
.60^ 


) • 


53 


2 


^ Hachiniet'e Helpers. 


















Boston 


.24 


^ 




_ 


„ 


9 


53 


_ 


Boston (roundhouse), . 


24 


- 


I 


.36 


.36 




61 


2 



^ Rates of wages are graded according to weights of locomotives in tons on drivws. 

• See pages 43 and 44. 

• Rate after three months' service; $1.70 for first three months. 
4 Eight hours considered a day's work on Sunday. 

• Men not required to work every Stmday if they do not so desire. 



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I. 48 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Ratw op Wagbb 


Hours or Labob 


















Number 


Occupations akd 








Ovei^ 

Ume 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUNICXFALITUS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


Steam BaflroMl ImploytM 


















-Con. 


















MainUnaru»Of-Way 


















Emplov§e$. 


















Boston: 


















Foremen 


1 .85 


} : 


- 


/•0 39- 
\ .52^ 


to 3^ ' 

.52H 1 


}.o 


58 


- 


Trackmen, .... 


.17 




- 


.25H 


■25H ' 


10 


58 


„ 


Fitohburg: 










1 








Foremen, .... 


.28 


$2.80 


— 


.42 


.42 


10 


58 


_ 


Trackmen, .... 


1 .18 


1.70 
1.80 


} : 


{ f^ 


:g« 


}10 


58 


- 


Greenfield (trackmen), . 


.18 


1.80 




.27 


.27 


10 


58 


^ 


Lawrence: 


















Foremen, .... 


.28 


2.80 


_ 


.42 


.42 


10 


58 


^ 


Trackmen. 
Lowell: 
Foremen, .... 


.18 


1 80 


- 


.27 


.27 


10 


58 


- 


.28 


280 


. 


.43 


.42 


10 


58 


_ 


Second hands, . 


.23 


230 


.. 


.34H 


.34H 


10 


58 


_ 


Sectionmen, 


.18 


1.80 


.. 


.27 


.37 


10 


58 


._ 


Pittafield: 


















Apprentices, 


.18 


~ 


_ 


.27 


« 18 


10 


58 


_ 


Foremen 


.29 




- 


■43^ 


1.29 


10 


58 


_ 


Track laboPBTB, . 


.17 


- 


- 


.25H 


1.17 


10 


58 


^ 


Salem: 


















Foremen, .... 


- 


/ 2.80- 
1 3.40 


J - 


\ .52 


.42- 
.52 


} '^ 


58 


- 


Track laborers, . 


- 


/ 1 70 
1 1.80 


} - 


{ ;S^ 


;S« 


} *® 


58 


- 


Springfield: 


















Foremen 


- 


2 00 


- 


.43H 


:S.5| 


10 


58 


_ 


Track laborers, . 


- 


1.70 


— 


.25^ 


10 


58 


^ 


Worcester: 


















Foremen, main line, . 


. 


2.90 


- 


.43H 


.4AM 


10 


58 


— 


Foremen, yard, 1st class, . 


- 


332 


— 




.49M 


10 


58 


. 


Foremen, yard, 2d class, . 


_ 


3.12 


_ 


46M 


A6H 


10 


58 


_ 


Foremen, work train. 


_ 


350 


- 


"52H 


.52H 


10 


58 


— 


Foremen, branch Une, 


- 


2.60 


- 


.39 


.39 


10 


58 


-> 


Track laborers, . 


- 


1.70 


- 


.2iH 


.25H 


10 


58 


- 


Oil Room Men. 


















Boston (round house), . 


.20H 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


84 


- 


PairUert. 


















Boston, 


{ -^^ 


} - 


- 


- 


/ .39»4-, 


} • 


54 


- 


Salem, 




2.65 


- 


- 


1 


9 


>53 


- 


Pipers. 


















Salem 


- 


2.80 


- 


.42 


.42 


9 


«53 


- 


Plumbert. 


















Boston, 


.28H 


- 


17.10 


.42^ 


A2H 


9 


53 


2 


Salem 


.31 


2.80 


- 


.46H 


.46H 


9 


•53 


- 


RepotrtTS, Cor. 


















Boston 


.26 


- 


- 


.39 


.26 


9 


54 


. 


Fitohburg 


/ .28H- 

1 .3m 


>: 


- 


I .47M 


.i2H- 
AlH 


} • 


53 


2 


Greenfield 


.25^ 


- 


.37H 


•25H 


10 


- 


— 


Salem, 


.28H 




_ 


.42^4 


.42K 


9 


- 


2 


Worcester 


-25^2 


" 


*" 


.38 


.38 


10 


«70 


— 



* For holidajrs. 

* Outside men work 59 hours a week. 

* Outside men, 59 hours a week; inside men, 53 hours. 

* Men not required to work every Sunday if they do not so desire. 



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NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR^ 1918. 



I. 49 



■ Union 8cak of Wages and Hows of Labor in Each Occupation on October i, 191S: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 



00CUPATIO3« AND 
MUIOCXPALITIBS. 



8tMm BaOroftd SmplofMt 

— Ck)n. 

SaniDrwen. 



Skm Metal Worken. 

, Bortoo, .... 

I Siffna^H^n. 

Boebm* .... 



Station Bmptc§ee»t n. e. •. 
North Adam*. 
Stkm: 

Bagcaee masters, 

Croanni men, 

WcroeMer: 
Foremen, Beneral, 
ForetneD, 
Foremen* BMutant, 



BoMon, 



SUamfitUra. 



SUamjUUn' Htlpers. 
BoitQii, .... 



Storeroom Hdpora. 
Boston (roundhouie), . 

Switckmon. 

Boiton 

Surincfield, . 



RiTsa or Wagbb 



Hour 



»I0.28H 



/ .30- 
\ .35 

\ .25 



.19 



/ .84 

\ .37 



Day 



/$1.8*-\ 
I 3.20 / 



1.90 

1.M- 
2.40 
1.40- 
2.30 



}- 
} - 



2.4« 
304 
3.22 



Week 



$17.10 



21.00 
19.50 
15.00 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



I0.42H 



.4m- 

.51 



.28H- 
.40 



{ :"- 



52H 



/ .83- 
\ .37H 



.34 
.37 



Sundays 

and 
Holidays 
(Hour) 



I0.42H 



.41H- 
.51 



.40 



.45- 

.52H 

.33- 
.37H 



.34 
.37 



HouBB or Labor 



Day 



9 
10 

} 8H 

} »9H 

10 

12 
12 



10 
10 
10 



} • 

} • 

10 
8 

}.o 



Week 



Numbw 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



58 

68 

58 



00 

84 
84 



54 

54 

68 

56 
70 



Telegraphers. 

Note. — Owing to the many different rates of wages and dififerent work-periods of telegraph 
operators, station agents, towermen, etc., employed at various points on the Boston & Albany 
Hailroad, the Boston & Maine Railroad, and the New York, New Haven A Hartford Railroad 
in Massachusetts, it was not possible to present the" information relative to these employees in 
the usual form followed in this report. In the following table is shown the number of employees 
in the various occupations included under the general term *' telegraphers", classified by six- 
<i&y and seven-day workers, the range of rates paid, i.e., the maximum and minimum, and also 
the median, lower quartile, and upper quartile rates. To find the median, upper quartile, and 
lower quartile, tlie members of a group are ranked in ascending order according to the rates of 
cages'. The median is the rate half-way up the list thus constituted; the lower quartile is the 
rate midway between the median and the minimum ; and the upper quartile is the rate midway 

^ Paid on a basis erf 10 hours a day. 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



between the median and the maximum. Where the members of a given group are classified by 
wages one-half receive above and one-half below the median, and one-half between the lower 
quartile and the upper quartile; one-fourth receive above and three-fourths below the upper 
quartile; and three-fourths receive above and one-fourth below the lower quartile. The medians 
and upper and lower quartiles have been entered only in cases in which information was reported 
for 20 or more employees. 

The daily hours of labor are shown in the form of maximum and minimum hours, it being 
impracticable to show the number employed at the various time-periods as these periods differed 
at nearly every railroad station in the Conmionwealth and were generally dependent upon the time 
at which the trains passed by or stopped at the various stations. For similar reasons it was 
impracticable to present the weekly hours of labor. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Lahctr in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Number 
of Em- 
ployees 


DAQiT RaTM 


Number 

of 
Daysa 


Number 

of 

Hours a 

Daj 


OCCUPATIONB. 


Mini- 
mum 


Lower 
Quartile 


Median 


Upper 
Quartile 


Mazi- 
mum 


gUamBailroad 
BmployeM— Con. 

TeUgravhert. 
Agento,» . . . . 

Agents, .... 

Operators,* 

Operators, 

Towermen (directors), 
Towermen,* 
Towermen, 


205 

2 

716 

29 

21 

451 

8 


$1.21 
2.00 
1.05 

2.14 
3.50 
2.14 
255 


12.00 

2.20 

225 
8.67 
2.50 


12 25 

2 40 

2.35 
4.35 
2.71 


$2 64 

2.64 

2.45 
4.85 
2.80 


$8.71 
3.25 
8.75 

2.86 
4.42 
3.67 
2.75 


* 


< ir 

I 12 

8 

/ *- 

I 12 

8 



OCCUPATIOMB AKD 
MUNICXPAUTIBB. 



Steam Eallffoad ImploysM 

— Ck)n. 

TifumUkt. 

Boston, 

Salem, 



Trainmtn. • 
Turn Table Men. 
Boston (roundhouse), . 
UphoUterere. 

Boston, . . . . 



Ratss or Waobb 



Hour 



•$0.28^ 



• 20H 
\ .32 



Day 



$2 80 
2.90 



Week 



$17.10 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



$0.30H- 
. .48 



Sundays 

and 

HoUdajrs 

(Hour) 



$0.53- 
.64 



HouBS or Labob 



Day 



12 

} 8H 



Week 



Number 
of Montlv 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 



53 
»53 



84 
51 



1 Includes station agents, freight agents, and ticket agents who are not required to telegraph, 
s Includes telegraphers whose regular work also requires them to perform the duties of a^nt, cashier, olerk, 
switchman, or towerman. 

* Includes 347 towermen; 1 towerman and agent; 4 towermen, agents, and operators; 3 towermen, clerks, and 
operators; 66 levermen; 15 helpers; 6 announcers; 6 sheetmen; and 3 telephone operators. 

* Pay ficured on a 60-hour-we8k basis. 

* Outside men, 50 hours a week; inside men, 53 hours. 

* See pages 43 and 44. 



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I. 51 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Lahcr in Each OccupaHon on October 1, 191S: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 









Ratu or W^GM 


Hointa OF Labor 


















Number 










Ovei^ 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 






ofMonths 


MUMKZPALRUS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


ItMjBShov^Aad 




































Cran^men. 


















B«ton, . . 


. 


- 


- 


1170.00 


- 


- 


12 


72 




Sn§ifuen 




















BostODt . 


. 


- 


- { 


» 128. 00- 
160.00 


■ - 


- 


12 


72 


- 


OpenUm 




















Bceioo. . . 




- 


- 


uoo.oo . 


- 


- 


12 


72 


- 


•ton* Outtara. 


















Boateo, ..... 


«:S^ 


$4 60 


24.76 


. 


. 


8 


44 


12 


BosioD (stone canreri). 




600 


27.60 


— 


- 


8 


44 


12 


Lea. . . . 




.60 


400 


23.60 


10.76 


- 


8 


47 


- 


*«iiffield, . . 
Woreeirter, 




.S'^ 


460 
4.00 


24 76 
22.00 


.84H 


•0.84H 


8 
8 


44 
44 


12 
12 


AtUaborouch. . . 


.65 


4.40 


24.20 


1.10 


1.10 


. 8 


44 


12 


Bwwly. . 






.60 


4.80 


26.40 


1 20 


1 20 


8 


44 


12 


Bortoa, . . 






.66 


6.20 


28.60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


^mb^^dCB. . 






.66 


6.20 


28.60 


■m 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


CBnton. . 






.66 


6.20 


28.60 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Dcdham. 






.60 


4.80 


26 40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


FaD RiTer. . 






.60 


4.80 


28 80 


.00 


.90 


8 


48 


. 


Prunissham. 






.60 


480 


26 40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Gentner, 






.66 


4.40 


26 40 


.82H 


1.10 


8 


48 


- 


Otooeeeter. . 






S.50 


4.00 


22.00 


.76 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Gnat Bacrincton, 






.56>i 


4.60 


27.00 


1.12H 


M2H 


8 


48 


- 


HaTwhiU. . 






.60 


4.00 


24.00 


.76 


.76 


8 


48 


3 


aerobe. 






.63H 


6.00 


27.60 


1.26 


1.26 


8 


44 


12 


Uwianee, 






.60 


4.00 


22.00 


1.00 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 


Lw«. . . 






.62H 


6.00 


27.60 


:n^ 


1.26 


8 


44 


12 


SZSL.: : 






.66 


4.40 


26.40 


1.10 


8 


48 


- 






.60 


4.80 


26 40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Ihriboioach. . 






.60 


4.0Q 


22 00 


.76 


1.00 


8 


44 


12 








.60 


4.80 


26.40 


.90 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 








.66 


440 


24 20 


.82H 


.82H 


8 


44 


12 








.66 


6.20 


28.60 


130 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


North Adams. 








4.60 


27.00 


1.12^ 


1.12H 


8 


48 


. 


Nic^ampion, 






•43^ 


360 


21.00 


•S7H 


.87H 


8 


48 


- 


gttrfeld. 






62^ 


6 00 


27.60 


1.25 


1 25 


8 


44 


12 


P^mooth, . 






!60 


4.00 


24 00 


.75 


1.00 


8 


48 


3 


& ■ 






.66 


6 20 


28.60 


1 30 


1 30 


8 


44 


12 






.60 


4.80 


26 40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Soothbridce. . 
TMnton. 






:S« 


3.76 
6.20 


22 50 
28.60 


.70H 
1.30 


1.30 


8 
8 


48 
44 


12 






.60 


4.80 


28.80 


.90 


1.20 


8 


48 


- 


Wahham, 






.66 


6.20 


28 60 


1.30 


1.30 


8 


44 


12 


Westfidd. 






.60 


4.80 


26 40 


1.20 


1.20 


8 


44 


12 


Wowrtsr. . 






.66 


4.40 


26.40 


.82H 


1.10 


8 


48 


- 


Itow IIount«B. 


















Taomon, .... 


/ .26- 
\ .30 


•2.26- 
2 76 


13.50- 
16.50 


16^ 


} - 


9 


64 


- 


Watertown. .... 


.28 


2.62 


U5.12 


.42 


- 


9 


64 


- 


BtTMt and Itoetrle 


















UlhrajBmployMa. 


















irma<ur« i2o<m Workar$. 


r .24^ 


220 


12 50 


.36^ 


1 








Boston (armature winders), . 


I .40 


248 

2.88 
3.60 


14 03 
16 32 
20.40 


.60 


. . 


9 


61 





s Monthly rate. 



* Piece work, average $3.60 a day. 

« Piece work, average $20 to $30 a week. 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 





Ratss or Wag as 


HouBS or Labob 


















Number 










Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MuNidPALinas. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

HaU 
holiday 


















in Effect 


StrMt and IlMtrio RftU- 


















wj Imploytw — Con. 


















AmuUwe Boom Workora —Con. 


($0.19 


$1.71 


$9 69 


$0.^ 










Boston (ooU winders), . 


.19 


2.20 
2.48 
2.88 
1.71 


12.50 
14.03 
16.32 
9.69 


!48 


~ 


9 


51 


*" 


Boston (oontroUer work), 


.34^ 


2.20 


12.50 


•> 




51 


— 




I .32 


2.88 


1632 


.48 










Boston (insulators — female), 
Boston Oathe hands), . 


.19 

{ :g« 


1.71 
2.48 
2.88 


9.69 
14.03 
16.32 


f 


} - 




51 
51 


- 


Boston (power station work), 
Lowell (armature winders), . 




3.60 

i.sa- 

2.35 


20.40 


.60 

{ :2^ 


} - 


110 


51 


- 


Bam Men. 


















Pittsfield 




} - 


- 


- 


- { 


T 


} - 


- 


BUck9tnUh9 and Hor$e$hoer». 


















Boeton 


/ .80- 
\ .39 


} - 


/ 15.30- 
\ .21.56 


.45- 


} - 


- 


\ 70 


} - 




















Boston. 


{ :S« 


2.02 
2.16 


11.47 
12.24 


-.r 


}- 


9 


51 


- 


Bookkeepert (treoMwry dtpl.). 






/ 11.00 
\ 12.00 












Boston (females), . 


- 


- 


} - 


- 


- 


- 




Brokemon — EUvaUi and 


















Subtoay Train*. 


















Boston (Ist year), . 
Boeton (2d year), . 


.21H 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


.22>i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


Boston (3d year), . 


.23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Boston (4th year), . 


.23M 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Boston (5th year), . 


.23*4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


Boston (6th year and after), . 


.24>i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Brosf FinUkera. 


















Boston, 


{ -^ 


248 
2.88 


14 03 
1632 


:U'^ 


} - 


9 


51 


- 


Bridffemen and Howesmitha. 


















Boston, 


.48 


3.84 


23.04 


.60 


- 


8 


48 


- 


Car CUantra. 


















Boston, 


.21 


' 


13.02 


.31M 






62 


. 


Carhotue Employeea, n. *. 






Lawrence, .... 


/ .15- 
t .18 


1.35- 
1.62 


9.45- 
11.34 


.15- 
.18 


$0.15- 
.18 


} • 


63 


- 


Car Shi/Ura. 


f 
















Boston, 


/ -21 
I -24 


- 


13.02 
14.88 


:U« 


} - 


- 


62 


- 


CarpenUra — OtUaide. 


f -27 




13 77 


.40H 


^ 








Boston, ..... 


.33 


- 


16 83 
1836 


:r 


~ 


9 


51 


. 




.3« 




Boston (sub-foremen), . 


.43 

\ .48 


3*87 
4.32 


21.93 
24.48 


T 


', . 


9 


51 


- 


Lowell 


/ .20- 


2.00- 


14 OO- 


.25- 




10 








1 .22H 


2.25 


15 75 


.28H 









> Saturday 9 hours; Sunday 8 hours. 



* Alternate Stmdajrs off. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOUBS OF LABOR, 191S. 



I. 53 



Ufdon Scak of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
Municipalities — Continued. 



OOCDPATIOMB AMD 
MuiOCXPALimB. 



Ratks or Waobb 



Hour 



Day 



Wade 



Ov«r- 

time 

(Hour) 



Sundaya 

and 
Holidays 
(Hour) 



HouBS or Labob 



Diky 



Week 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half, 
holiday 
inBfleet 



•IrMt and BlMtrie BaU- 
wij ImilDjaM ^ Con. 

Ckrk$^Offie€. 



darks — Stock Room. 



CdOeetan, 

Boston (1st « mos.), 

Boston ^ 6 mos.). 

Boston Od 6 mos.), 

"^ i(4th«moa.). 

I (3d year and after), 
I (treasmy dept.), 



CounUn — Coak, 
Boston (make). . 



CotmUn—TidBtt, 
BoHon (females), . 



Boston, 



CnMs OptToUm. 



DrowUnitn. 



Boston, 



EkHtiorMm, 



Boston, 



Entinein — BoUer Boom, 
Boston, . . . . , 



^ Bn gineen — HoUting. 
Boston, .... 



Q^kmm — BUMioimd 
Svbwofi Trmina. 

«"«» (M srear), . 

Barton («th year and after), 

OvorifBletaUittnd 
8vbwo9 Traitu. 

g(Mon (4th year), . 
|«toik m year), . 
Boston (0th year and after). 



10.15 
.10 
.17 

.18 
.10 



.80 
.82 



.22 



.41 
.45 



.85 



.20 
.80 
.84 



.19 
lOk 
.1»H 
.20 



12.40 
2.40 
2.72 



$12.00 
18.00 
10.50 
18.00 



f 14.00 
{ 15.00 
I 18.00 



18.00 

18.00 
/ 11.00- 
\ 14.00 



f 11. 
1 12- 



00- 
00 



17.80 



18.00 
17.02 



15.05 
12.42 



22.90 
25.20 



21.00 



10.80 
10.80 
19.04 



I0.40H 



.45 

.48 



.88 



.07H 



.52H 



.30 
.45 
.51 



} - 



I 51 

/ WH 
I 01 



50 

\ 50 



70 
54 



84 
50 



) - 



} - 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 54 



STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hovrs of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191$: By 

Municipalities — Continued. 







Ratbs or Waom 


HouBs or Labob 


















Number 










Over- 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 






<rf Months 


MuMiciPALiTxaa. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


StrMt ftad Il«etrte RftU- 


















waj ImplojMt — Con. 


















Hame$$ Makers. 


















Boston 


10.27 


- 


$18.90 


$0.40H 


- 


- 


70 


- 


HdptrB — OeMral. 


.20 


- 


/ 10.20 
\ 11.20 


} •«• 


- 


- 


/ 61 
\ 66 




Borton 


.28 


. 


11.73 


.34H 


. 


. 


61 


• 




.24 


- 


/ 12.24 
\ 13.44 


) '^ 


- 




/ «1 
\ 66 




LoweU 


.X8H 


$1.88 


- 


.23H 


- 


MO 


- 


- 


Ltbonn, 


















Borton 


.21H 


- 


12.04 


.82H 


- 


- 


66 


- 


Linemm, 


.40 




20 20 


.60 










Boston Orob-focemen), . 


.41 


. 


20.71 


■m 


> - 


- 


50H 


- 




.43 


. 


21.72 










Boston Qnspectoif), 


.42 
f -M 


- 


21.21 
17.17 


.63 
.61 


- 


- 


50H 


- 




.42 
•49 


- 


21.21 
24.76 


.63 

.78H 


' - 


- 


60H 


- 


Boston (head linemen), 
Boston (emergsnoy men)» . 


.80 


. 


26.20 


.46 


. 


. . 


84 


. 


, .27H 


. 


28.10 


.41Vi 

.46H 


- 


• 


84 


— 




f -31 


. 


15.66 


1 








Boston (linemen), . 


.33 


. 


16.67 


.49H 
.52H 


- 


. 


MH 


- 




.86 


— 


17.68 


J 








Boston (ground men — emer- 


















gency), .... 


.20 


— 


16.80 


.30 


~ 


— 


84 


— 


Boston (ground men), . 
PittsfieldT .... 


.26 


• 


12.63 


.37H 


.. 


~ 


50H 


— 


.26 


• 


- 


.26 


$0.26 


— 




~ 


Waltbam 


.27K 


2.60 


17.60 


.27Ji 


mi 


9 


S68 


- 


MackinisU. 


.28 


- 


/ 14.28 
1 16.80 


1 '^ 


- 


- 


/ «1 


- 




.33 
.36 




/ 16.83 








/ »1 


-. 


Boston* 


. 


\ 19.80 
/ 18.36 
1 21.60 


\ « 


. 


- 


\ 60 


- 




^ 




.40 




/ 20.40 








/ *1 


— 




~ 


\ 24.00 


f ~ 


~ 


■" 


I 80 


. 


Loif^t ..... 


.18- 
1 .22H 


- 


„ 


■^^ 


} - 


9 


S63 


^_ 






Maaofu. 


















Boston (foremen), . 


.61 


. 


26.01 


^ .76H 


- 


- 


r ** 


- 


Boston, 


.33 
.47 


{ I 


16.83 
18.48 
23.97 
26.32 


.49>4 
.70H 


~ 


: 


i 66 
/ 61 
1 66 


- 




- 


Meekanies. 




















.26 


/ - 


13.26 
14.66 


.39 


- 


- 


/ 51 
66 


- 




.29 


/ - 


14.79 
16.24 


.43H 


- 


-. 


61 
66 


- 


Boston, 


.33 


I - 


1683 
18.48 
17.34 


.49H 


- 


- 


61 
66 
61 


- 








.84 


*" 


19.04 
20.40 
19.12 


.51 


1 


■ 


66 
60 
61 


.■ " 




.37H 


- 


21.00 
22.50 


MH 


- 


- 


66 
60 


- 




















SubxDay Train; 


















Boston (l8t year), . 


.^H 


— 


- 


— 


- 


- 


-I 


— 


Boston (2d year), 
Boston (3d year), 


. 


.29 


— 


-. 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 




.30^ 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


Boston (4th year) 




.30h 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston (6th year), 




.Z\H 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


Boston (6th year), . .1 


.32 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


" 



Saturday, 9 hours; Sunday, 8 hours. 



s Men have alternate Sundays off. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOB, 181S. 



I. 55 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 
MunicipaliHes — Continued. 





Ybabo or Sbbtrb 


Coupjlxjeb.^ 


late 


2de 


2d 


8d 


4th 


5th 


•th 


7th 


8th 


0th 


10th 


nth 

Yew 




Moi. 


Moa. 


Yew 


Yew 


Yew 


Year 


Yew 


Yew 


Yew 


Yew 


Yew 


and 

after 


Umt and BMtrle 


























BsUwaj IniploT^ 


























Ml— COQ. 


























MottnmmoniConiuc- 


























tor9—8wJke9 Line*. 


























Bfty8t«te8t.Ry.Co., 
BottOD Elevated RftU- 


10.34 


10.24 


10.25 


10.36 


10.26 


10.36 


10.37 


10.27 


80.38 


80.38 


80.28 


80.38 


way. 


MH 


.26Vi 


.27H 


.38 


.28H 


.30 


.80H 


.80H 


.804 


.804 


.804 


.804 


Woroerter CoiMoti- 


























dated. . . . 


. 


. 


.36 


.37 


.28H 


.28H 


.38H 


.284 


.2S4 


.384 


.284 


.384 


SpringlMd St. Ry. 


























Od.7« . . . 


. 


. 


.28H 


.80 


MH 


.81H 


MH 


.81H 


.31H 


.814 


.314 


.314 




























St Ry 


.22 


.22 


.28 


.34 


.24 


.25 


.35 


.25 


.364 


:S^ 


.264 


m 


Berkshire St. Ry. Co.. 
MiddleMs * B^n 






.26 


.37 


.mi 


.28H 


.28H 


.284 


.284 


.384 


St Ry 


. 


« 


.22H 


.88 


.24 


.24H 


.25 


.264 


.27 


.37 


.37 


.37 


BtMUm « Woroestor 


























8t Ry., . 
Holyoke k. Ry. Co.. 


.»H 


.«M 


:T 


:g^ 


:S^ 


:^ 


:Si^ 


:S^ 


.28,H 
.28J, 


■m 


:^ 


■.^ 


Union St. Ry. (New 


























Bedford). . . 
XiUordaDdUzbridce. 


.28 


.28 


.24 


.25 


.26 


.27 


.28 


.28 


.28 


.38 


.28 


.38 


.2SH 


.28H 


.24H 


.25H 


.26H 


.274 


.»H 


.28H 


.284 


.384 


.284 


.284 


Coon. Valley St. Ry. 


























Co.. . . . 


.20 


.20 


.21 


.22 


.28 


.24 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.35 


.25 


.25 




.28 


.28 


.24 


.25 


.36 


.27 


.28 


.28 


.28 


.38 


.28 


.28 


Fitebburg * Leom- 


























iutor. . 


. 


. 


.28 


.24 


.85 


.27H 


.37H 


.274 


.274 


.274 


.274 


.274 


M i 1 f r d . Attte- 


























borooch 4 Woon- 


























loeket St. Ry. Co.. 


.21H 


.21^ 


.22^ 


.23 


.34^ 


.36 


.37 


.27 


.27 


.27 


.27 


.27 


HaTerliill A Amee- 


























bnry. . . . 


.22 


.22 


.28 


.24 


.34 


.85 


.35 


.25 


.264 


.364 


.264 


.264 


Northampton St. Ry. 


























Co 


.21 


.21 


.22H 


.28 


.34 


.34H 


.26 


.36 


.36 


.36 


.36 


.26 


Interstate ConaoU- 


























dated. . . . 


.22 


.22 


.28 


.28^ 


.24S 


.36H 


.27', 


.374 


.374 


.374 


.374 


.274 


Brockton ^ Plirmouth 


























Bloe'MlSt.Ry'.Co.; 


.21 


.21 


.23 


.24 


.34 


.35 


.25 


.36 


.36 


.27 


.27 


.28 


.21 


.21 


.28 


.24 


.34 


.35 


.25 


.36 


.36 


.27 


.27 


.28 



OoCUPAnONS AMD 
MuNICIPAUTXBa. 



Itraat and BMtrie m«ll- 
way Bmplo y aa a — Con. 

OiUrt. 
Boston 



Painter$, 



Boston. 
LoweD, 



Ratsb op Waobb 



Hour 



•0.274 

.30 
, .304 



.264 
.234 
.824 
.20- 
.234 



Day 



Week 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



Sundaya 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 



815.40 
16.80 
17.08 



13.52 
15.05 
16.58 



80.41^ 
.45 
.46 Ji 



ASH 



1- 



HouM OP Labob 



Day 



Week 



•10 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half, 
holiday 
in Effect 



56 



51 



^ The street railway oompaniee are arranged in order of mileage. 

' Wagea on Springfield Street Railway O. are paid by the day, 3 hours constituting a day's work. 

> On Saturday 9 hours, and on Sunday 8 hours. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 56 



STATISTICS OF LABOR 



1914. 



[li. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hows of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

MunicipaliHes — Continued. 



Occupations and 

HnNICIPALITIKS. 



Rates or Waobs 



Hour 



Straet A&d ■laetrlo EaU- 
waj ImployMi — Con. 

Painteri — Structural Iron. 

Boston, .... 



Boston, 

Boston, . 

Lawrenoe, 
LoweU, . 

Boston, 



Pavert. 



Pitmen. 



Plumbers. 



Porters. 



Boston, 

Power Station Men. 



Boston, 



Riggert. 



Boston, 



Roofert. 



Boston, 



Shopmen, n. ». 
Brockton, 

Waltham. 

Signalmen and Interlockere. 
Boston, .... 



Stablemen and HostUre. 
Boston 



SleamAUere. 



Boston, 



/»??H 



32H 
41 



.28 

.27 
.29 

.17- 



f .21H 
I .22H 



.86 
.40 



.17 



.20 

.20>i 

.21 

.28 

.24 

.20 



.20 
.88 
.87 



.27 
.82 
.38H 
.80 

.28- 
.80H 



1 .21 

/ .88 
\ .40 



D»y 



12 07- 
2.75 
1.75- 
2.85 



Week 



115.08 

17.01 



22.96 



14.26 

16.74 
17.98 



20 16 
22.40 



11.90 



12.00 
17.01 
13.23 
13.80 
14.40 
1456 
15.60 

16.24 
18.48 
20.72 



18 77 
16.32 
17.09 
18.86 



17.64 
20.16 
21.95 
22.05 
25.27 



12.16 
13.30 
14.70 



18.48 
22.40 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



I0.44K 

.48^ 



.61H 

.84H 
.40H 
.43H 

.17- 
.25 

.28H 



.54 
.60 



.25H 



.30 



} :» 



.48^ 



.40H 
.48 
.50H 
.54 

.28- 
.28H 

.42 

.48 
.49H 
.52H 
.57 



.28^ 
.28^ 
.81V 



.49H 
.60 



Sundays 

and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 



1- 



) - 



I- 



•0.17H- 
.28H 



} - 



Hours or Iulbou, 



Day 



9 
»10 



S9 



Week 



Number 
of Months 

Weekb- 
Half- 

hoUdaj- 
in Effect 



54 
56 

62 



56 



70 



60 
84 
68 

60 
60 
56 
60 



56 



51 



/«60 



70 



68 

68 
66M 
68 
66H 



64 
70 
70 



56 



1 On Saturday 9 hours, and on Sunday 8 hours. 
1 On Sunday 8 hours. 



* Men have alternate Sundayv off. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 191S, 



I. 57 



Urdan Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each OccupaHon an October 1, 191S: By 

MunicipaliHes — Continued. 



OoCUFATIOm AlTD 
MnVKIPALITUS. 



Ratbb or Waqm 



Hoar 



ftrwt and Beetrle m«ll- 
way SmplojMs ~ Con. 

Switekboard Operutort. 



BoKoo, 



BoKoo, 



Switckmen. 



TeamMen. 



BOMOQ. 



Tin9mith». 



BovUm, 



Boston, 



Trmek Cleanert. 



Trmdtmen. 



LoweU. . 
Pittafield. 



Trimmert. 



Trolkifmen. 



Boston, 



^ Vteuum Cleaner Operaton. 
Boston. 



Boston. 



Watchmen. 



Weliere. 



10.38 
.80 
.S2 
.36 



.32 



.38 



.83 



|8 

.27 
.80 

:Si 



.48 

/ .18140- 



.30 
.80 



.38 
.24 



.27M 



Day 



11.75 



Week 



115.88 


10.42 


1680 


.45 


17 93 


.48 


19.60 


•52M 


21.28 


.57 


11.90 


.25H 


1188 
12.82 


.38 


12 68 




12.75 
18.50 


.87H 


14.00 




19.60 


.43 



16.83 



14.08 



13 60 
18.73 
14.00 
13.96 
14.40 
16.80 
18.90 
17.04 
31.00 
19.68 
24.08 



1030 
14.54 
15.30 



12.43 
13.96 



13.00 
13.00 
15.00 



15.40 



time 
(Hour) 



.48 



.87H 
.40H 
.45 

.48K 
■58H 
.56^ 
.61H 
.64H 

.28H 
.16 



.80 
.45 



•mi 

.86 



•ilH 



Sundays 

and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 



10.16 



HouM or Labor 



Day 



UO 



10 



Week 



Number 
of Months 
Weekly 
Half, 
holiday 
inEITeot 



56 



70 



54 

56 
70 



51 



64 



56 

48 
48 
56 
56 
48 
56 
48 
56 



•60 
70 



51 

54 
54 



70 
84 
77 
84 



56 



i On Saturday 9 hours and on Sunday 8 hours. 
• Men have alternate Sundays off. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 58 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wage8 and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 1913: By 

Munidpatities — Continued. 





Ratu or Waobb 




















Number 










Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MnmciPALrmB. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
Holidays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


Straet and llMtrio EaU- 


















way InployMi — Cton* 


















Wirgmen ani Bleetridam. 




















[lO.SO 


- 


/ 115.15 
\ 15.30 


10.45 


- 


- 


[^ 




Botton. 


.34 


- 


/ 17.34 
1 30.40 


.51 




- 


1 «1 
t 60 






.85 


- 


17.68 
17.85 


.63H 


- 


- 


r 






I -41 


" 


30.71 


.61H 


- 


- 


50H 


. 


Wirtmmi*9 Helptrt. 




















I .ao 




/ 10.10 
10.30 


.80 


- 


- 


is?^ 




Boston, 


.23 


- 


11.63 
11.78 


.84H 


- 


- 


t?^ 


- 




25 


- 


13.63 


.87H 


- 


- 


50H 






















Carp§nt«r9. 




















.36 


- 


18.36 


.83 


~ 


. 


51 




Boston, 


.80 
.88 


- 


/ 15.80 
\ 16.80 
, 16.83 
\ 18.48 


.45 
.40H 


- 


: 


/ *1 
\ 56 
/ 51 
\ 56 


' - 




.86 


- 


18.86 


.54 


- 


- 


51 




YordCrew. 


















Bocton, 


•21H 


_ 


11.61 


.82H 


„ 


_ 


54 


_ 


Tounston. 
















Ambulance Driver: 


















Boston. 


.25 


113.00 


> 14.00 


.36 


•0.35 


8 


56 


- 


Bakery Wagon Driver: 






f 15.00 












Brockton, .... 


- 


— 


16.00 


. 


. 


/ 10 
I 12 


}- 










18.00 






*" 


Carriage Driver* and 
Chauffeurs. 


















Boston (oarriace driven), 
Boston (chaimeurs). 


.16H 


2.00 


14.00 


.80 


.16H 


12 


84 


. 


.20K 


2.50 


17.50 


.80 


.20M 


13 


84 


- 


Coal Teanuter: 


















Boston: 


















Chauffeur (eleotric). . 
Chauffeur (gasoline), . 


.29N 


2MH 


16.00 


•mi 


MH 





54 


6 


.33H 


8.00 


18.00 


•m 


MH 


9 


54 


6 


Coal hoisting supervison, . 


.88 


3.42 


20.50 


.65 


.65 


9 


54 


. 


One-horse, . . 


■^ 


3.38 


14.00 




■t^ 


9 


54 


6 


Two-horse, .... 


350 


15.00 


9 


54 


6 


Three-horse, 


'W- 


2.67 


16.00 


'35^ 


.51^ 


9 


54 


6 


Wharfmen, .... 


2.33 


14.00 


9 


54 


6 


Fitchburg, .... 


\ .22^" 


3.25 


13.50 


- 


I '22H 


10- 
13 


60- 
70 


3 


HaverhiU 


3.88 


14.00 


.25H 


9 


54 


Holyoke 


.23 


3.80 


14.00 


.25 


. 


10 


61 


9 


Lawrence, .... 


.22H 


2.25 


13.50 


.25 


.50 


10 


60 




Lawrence (helpers). 


.20 


2.00 


12.00 


.25 




10 


60 


. 


Lowell (one-horse). 


.22H 


2 25 


13.60 


.32H 


T22H 


10 


60 


. 


Lowell (two-horse), 


.25 


2.50 


15.00 


.35 


.25 


10 


60 


~ 


Lynn, . . , . . 




/ 2.25- 
4 3.75 


13.50- 
16.50 


} -^ 




9 


54 


I 12 


Maiden: 


















One-horse, .... 


'27^1 


3.33 


14.00 


f^ 


.51^ 


9 


54 


6 


Two-horse, .... 


2.50 


15.00 


55?i 


9 


54 


6 


Helpers 


.25H 


2.83 


14.00 


.25H 


MJi 


9 


54 


6 



'■ Includes board and lodging. 



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NO. 97.J UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1913. 



I. 59 



Vmon Scale qf Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

MumdpaUties — Continued. 





Ratbs or Waobb 


HouM or Labor 


















Number 










Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundasrs 






of Month! 


MumCIPALRUB. 


Hour 


Di^r 


Week 


and 

HoUdavB 

(Ho^ 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


TtenKUn-Coii. 


















CmI TeamtUrt — Con. 


















SpriBffield. .... 


10.35 


$2.50 


116.00 


10.25 


. 


10 


60 


4 


iRssruSgr'' : 


.21H 


2.17 
2.17 


18.00 
18.00 




" 


10 



60 
64 


4 

6 


Waltham (doable). 


.2M^ 


2.88 


14.00 


.25^ 


~ 





64 


6 


WMtfield 


{ Wi 


} ,.n ' 


18.00 


{ i21>i 


} - 


1 10 


>64 

60 


) - 


WoneMw: 


















One^me. .... 


.31H 


2.17 


18.00 


.26 


•";S^ 


10 


60 


4 


Tm>-bani, .... 


•m 


2.83 


14.00 


.26 


10 


60 


4 


H.n.wT"'-"^: . 


.36 


3.M 


16.00 


.87H 


.66 


10 


60 


8 


Lywj. 


{ :^ 


2.29- 
8.00 


18.60- 
18.00 


.81- 
.45 


} - 


10 


69 


1 12 




















Borton: 




















.80M 


8.88 


20.00 


.40 


.60^ 


11 


66 


- 


Hdper^ 


.34K 


2.67 


16.00 


.40 


•61H 


11 


66 


- 


Teamsten, .... 




2.88 


17.00 


.40 


11 


66 


*" 


Ormn^niMa^tm Supply 


















Handlen. 


















Sjffincfield (double). . 
Spriacfidd Ountk). . . 


.23H 


2.88 


14.00 


• 


. 


10 


60 


6 


.31H 


2.17 


13.00 


- 


- 


10 


60 


6 


lc$ TMtntiert. 


















Ktchbttfi 


{ '^ 


2.00- 
2.60 
f 2.17 


12.00- 
16.00 
13.00 


} - 


{ :5S«- 


10- 
12 


60- 
70 


} - 


Lynn 


~ 


2.83 
2.83 


14.00 
17.00 


— 


t. 


~ 


~ 


■" 


Launirt Wagon Drivers. 


















Borton, 

Boston (hdpera). . 


:SII 


8.00 
2.60 


18.00 
15.00 


~ 


\m 



9 


64 
64 


"" 


Broekton. .... 


.20 


2.00 


M2.00 


" 




10 


60 


~ 


Lumber Temnteiert. 
Boiton: 
Chsuffeiira. 


















M 


8.24 


18.00 


.36 


.72 


»9 


50 


12 


HtndlatB. . . . . 


.20 


1.80 


10.00 


.20 


.40 


»9 


60 


12 




.30 


2.70 


15.00 


.80 


.60 


»9 


50 


12 


Two-howe, .... 


.82 


2.88 


16.00 


.82 


. -^ 


•9 


60 


12 


Lyan. 


{ :^ 


2.36- 
3.27 


18.00- 
18.00 


} .30 


{'M 


}"> 


66 


12 


MUkWagim Driver: 


















Boston, ..... 


.27H 


8.26 


19.00 


- 


- 


12 


70 


~ 


^ y«ctp«per Wagon Driver: 


















BoctoQ: 


















Chauffeurs, 


{ *.M^" 


2.83- 
3.67 


17.00- 
22.00 


} ■» 


I -73^ 
.46% 


} ^^ 


60 


- 


IWl 


28f^ 


2.33 


14.00 


.35 


10 


60 


- 


Route, .... 


'28H 


2.83 


17.00 


.36 


.56% 


10 


' 60 


- 



1 Nine houn a day from April 1 to September 1; 10 boura a day from September 1 to April 1. 
< Double time on Simdays and holidays. 

* Double tame on holidays. ' 

* Besides a oommi»ion. 

* Work 9 houn a day during eight months of year, and 10 hours during four months. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I. 60 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[li. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: 

Municipalities — Continued. 



By 







Ra 


TBS OF Waom 






















Number 


OOCTTPATIONB AND 








Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 






of Months 


MUKIdPAUTlBS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 
Holidays 


D»y 


Week 


rWeekiy 
Half- 










(Hour) 






hoUday 


















in Effect 


TtemttOTB ~ Con. 


















Sand oni Cement Teametere. 


















Boston 


r:?^ 


$2 26- 

8.00 


$13. 6&- 
18.00 


}|0.26 


r.i^ 


} " 


66 


3 


Boston (chauffeurs), 


I ^ 


8.00- 
3.67 


18.00- 
22.00 


1 •» 


{ -.^ 


1 " 


66 


3 




















Boston: 


















Stablemen 


.1«H 


2.18 


14.00 


.26 


.26 


11 


172 


~ 


Washers, .... 


.V9i 


2.44 


16.00 






11 


172 


- 


Teametere — Oeneral. 


















Boston, 


{ :l^ 


2.17- 
8.83 


18 00- 
20.00 


.26- 
.36 


:Ji^- 


} tm 


68 


- 


Brockton, .... 


.26 


2.26 


18.60 


.30 


«.60 


9 


64 


3 


Fitchburg, .... 


.20 


} 2.00 
2.00 


12.00 




{ :J1I«- 

.30 


10- 
12 


60- 
70 


} - 


Gloucester, .... 


12.00 


.26 


10 


60 




Bfarblehead 


1 .2»H 


2.34 


14.06 


.26 


.37 


9H 


67 


3 


Natiok 


2.17- 
2.67 


13.00- 
16.00 


} •» 




9 


64 




Quincy: 


















One-horse, .... 


. 


. 


12.60 


. 


t .. 


• 


~ 


— 


Two-horse, .... 


. 


« 


14.00 


« 


t . 


— 


~ 


. 


Three-horse, 


. 


_ 


16.00 


. 


t . 


— 


• 


. 


Four-horse, 


- 


_ 


16.00 


. 


t - 


- 


- 


~ 


Five-horse 


. 


. 


17 00 


. 


t . 


. 


• 


. 


Six-hone 


- 


- 


18.00 


. 


t- 


— 


- 


— 


Salem (double), . 


.26H 


2.64 


14.60 


.86 


■'^ 


10 


66 


12 


Salem (single). 


.23H 


2.36 


18.00 


.36« 


10 


66 


12 


Tranefer Driven. 


















Boston, 


.23H 


2.83 


14.00 


.26 


MH 


10 


60 


— 


Boston (helpers), . 


.18H 


1.83 


11.00 


.26 


MH 


10 


60 


- 


Ttltphon* OpOTftlon. 


















Boston: 


















Under one year, . 


(:t 


1.00- 
1.26 


•6.00- 
7.60 


.20- 
.26 


.20- 
.26 


}7H 


rr 


•12 


One year, .... 


1.83 


8.00 


.26H 


.26H 


7H 




•12 


One and one-half years, 


.20 


1.60 


9.00 


.30 


.30 


7H 


»« 


Two and one-half shears. 


.22H 


1.67 


10.00 


.83H 


.83H 


7H 


•12 


Four years 


.20< 


1.88 


11.00 


MH 


.86H 


m 


•12 


Six years, .... 


.26H 


2.00 


12.00 


.40 


.40 


7}i 


•12 


Chief , assistant, . 


{ :S«- 


2.17- 
8.00 


13.00- 
18.00 


:S«- 


.43H- 
.60 


] 7H 


•12 


Chief 


.33|^ 


2.60- 


16.00- 


.60- 


.60- 


1 7H 


/MlH 


•12 




,55*2 


4.17 


26.00 


:nti. 


.83H 
•33H- 


. « 


Senior operators, 


.23$^- 


1.67- 


10.00- 


1 ^ 


41H 


•12 




.2^^ 


2.17 


13.00 


.43H 


.43H 


1 46 


Supervisors, 


{ ^ 


2.00- 
2.60 


12.00- 
16.00 


.40- 
.60 


.40- 
.60 


} 7H 


(T 


•12 



^ Work 6 hours on Sunday. 

s Double time for hoUdajrs. 

s During first year of service, weekly rates increase 60 cents every three months. 

< Work 41i hours for 6 months and 46 hours for 6 months, alternating each week. 

• Receive half-holiday on alternate Saturdays. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR^ 1913. 



I. 61 



Vnion Scale of Wages^and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October i, 1913: By 

Municipalities — CoDtinued. 









Ra 


TM or WAoaa 


1 


Hoi 


7Ra or Labor 
















Number 


OoCUPATIOMi AXD 








Oret^ 

time 

(Hour) 


Sundays 1 






of Month* 


UmacsfMLmm. 


Hour 


Day 


Weak 


and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


D«y 


Week 


Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 


















in Effect 


TMaphoiM Op«r»ten 


















— Con. 


















Lynn: 


















Operator*. .... 


t":S^ 


11.00- 
2.18 


$6.00- 
12.00 


'"iSr 


-:jsr 


I »8 


44 


12 


Senior opcraten. 


( "^ 


1.8»- 
23« 


10 0(^ 
13 00 






>8 


•44 


12 


fi„,i II, 1 * 




^' 


2.18- 
2.73 


12 0(^ 
16.00 


1 - 




•8 


44 


•12 


ofspenrwant 


^mngfield: 


















Four vwks in •ohool. 


. 


. 


4.00 


— 


~ 


<8 


— 


- 


Fint n uMMitha, 


. 


. 


•6.00 


. 


. 


•8 


. 


- 




. 


. 


•7.00 


- 


— 


«8 


- 


- 


Hmy«ar, . . . . 


_ 


>. 


•800 


- 


— 


«8 


— 


- 


fieoondyear. 


. 


- 


•9.00 


- 


— 


«8 


- 


- 


Thirdyear. . . . 


. 


— 


•10.00 


- 


> 


«8 


— 


- 


Fourthyaar. . . . 


- 


- 


•11.00 


- 


- 


«8 


- 


- 


T«tlto OiMnttTw. 


















Bmwun. 


















^•w Bedford, 


rfH 


2.67 


14.80 


.41H 


MH 


0>i 


64 


12 


Career*. 


















Fin River 


itH 


1.26 


7.00 


- 


. 


OH 


64 


12 


New Bedford. 


MH 


1.48 


8.00 


- 


- 


»« 


64 


12 


Cl44kPn$$mtH. 


• 
















Holyoke 


SIM 


3.08 


17.06 


.47H 


- 


OH 


64 


12 


How.: ^- 
Cbdi erabben. . 


•i 


l.M 


11.00 


.26H 




OH 


64 


12 


CloUidryar^ . 




2.33 


12.00 




.. 


OH 


64 


12 


Oothdyeia. . 






l.M 


1100 


.3U4 


~ 


9H 


64 


12 


Warp dyers. 




.90f^ 


1 90 


11 00 


•2^1 


- 


9^ 


64 


12 


Uwrenee, 




'.ISyL 


1.61 


8.01 


m 


. 


64 


12 


Uwwnee (finiehers), 




l«H 


1.61 


8.37 


- 


OH 


64 


12 


EUctrician$. 


















Lowell, 


{ :S- 


2.20- 
2.60 


12.21- 
13.88 


■^ 


11^ 


(.10 


66H 


12 






Folder: 


















Twrnton (oouon), . 


.30 


3.16 


17.40 


.30 


T.30 


lOH 


68 


12 


Loomfis4r9. 
Adamt, 


.27 


2.63 


14.68 


.27 




^ 


64 


12 


5?«Mi(«ilk), 




.35H 


3 46 


10.00 




T63 


68H 


12 


CJWee. '. . 




2.71 


16.00 


T27^ 


.2VA 


9*4 


64 


12 


CWeopee (Draper). 




!mh 


2.68 


14 30 


ZVH 


.39^ 


^H 


64 


12 


gSSSl': 




2.68 


1430 


.39^ 


.39^ 


9^4 


64 


12 




301^ 


l.M 


11.00 


.305^ 


.30H : 


9H 


64 


12 


pMton (cotton). . 




'm 


2.68 


14.04 






9^4 


64 


12 


I*w»nce, . . 




.30 


2.03 


• 16.20 


37)^ 


— 


9H 


64 


12 


Lo'ieU, . 




;S^ 


226- 
2.43 


12^0- 
13 60 


!34H- 
■ 37H 


■^ 


]^. 


64 


12 



^ Work 7 houn on "split trick.*' 
* Albwed a half-boliday every sixth week. 

' Receive one-^ialf hour's pay for working five minutes or more overtime. 
< Eight hours on day wwk; 7} hours on night work. 

> Receive $1 a week additional for "split trick" and night work and 60 cents for carfare, 
^i^iai 10 pji. to 7 Ajc. receive $2 additional. 
•Av«n«e. 
' For holidays only. 



Girls working 



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I. 62 



STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October /, 191S: 

MunicipaUtiee — Continued. 



By 







Ra 


ns OP Waom 




HouBs or Labor 


MUMICIPALITUBS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundays 

and 

HoUdays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Number 
of Months 
Weakly 
Half- 
holiday 
inEflect 


— Con. 














• 




Loomfixert — Con. 
New Bedford. . . . 
North Adams, 

Salem 

Taunton (cotton), . 


"i 


083 

2,72 
2.71 
2.55 


$15.70 
15 06 
15.00 
14.00 


",??ll 


I0 43H 


1 


54 
54 

54 
54 


12 
12 
12 
12 


MuU Spinner*. 

Holyoke 

Lawrence, .... 


■^ 


2.88 
3.16 


1600 
17.50 


: 


_ 


» 


54 


12 
12 


Slather Tender: 
Fall River 


.MH 


2.22 


12 30 


•22Ji 


.22Ji 


m 


54 


12 


Spinner*. 

FaU River 

Taunton, .... 


(1 

.15H 


.91 
1.08 
1.25 
1.50 


500 
600 
7.00 
824 


• - 


- 


9H 


54 
54 


12 
12 


Textile Worker*, n. e. *. 
Ludlow. 


i ^24.H 


1 04- 
2.80 


800- 
13.00 


} - 


- 


{rl- 


}" 


12 


Twitier*. 


.88H 


8.28 


18.00 


- 


.50 


9H 


63K 


12 


Warp Preparer*. 
Lawrence. .... 


.36 


2.44 


13.50 


.25 


. 


m 


54 


12 


Warp Ttn*ter*. 


















New Bedford, . . . 


1. 


1. 


/ 15.40- 
\ 16.00 


s. 


1. 


m 


54 


12 


Weaver*, 
Boston (silk — men), . 
Boston (silk — women), 
Easthampton (elastic goring). 
Taunton. .... 


.20 


2"00 
2.00 
1 65 


15.00 
1075 
11 00 
9.06 


- 


- 


10 

9H 


54 


12 

12 
12 

12 


Wool Sorter*. 

Barre, 

Holyoke 

Lawrence 

Lowell 


.31 
.31H 

1 .30 


8.26 

303 

2.71 

2.80- 

3.00 


18.00 
16 79 
15.00 
15 so- 
ld. 20 


1?^ 


.62 

T28H- 
.30 


10^ 
10 *~ 


58 

54 


12 
12 

12 

12 


Lowell (mohair). . 


.31H 


8.07- 
. 3.15 


} 17.00 


.31H 


.81H 


9H- 
\ 10 


} ^ 


12 


ThMtrloal 8Uff« Im- 
ploj«ai.« 


















Carpenter*. 

FaU River 

Fitchburg 

New Bedford,' 


- 


- 


20 00 

18.00 

•20 00 

22 50 


T40 
T40 


'40 
770 


- 


49 


- 



^ Piece rates. 

* Time and one-quarter for overtime. 

* Time and one-quarter to time and one-half for Sundays and holidays. 

* No overtime paid on holidays in any city. In Boston the wages and hours of theatrical stage employees in 
the various lines of work differ according to the class of theatre and the number of performances played. 

* Stock carpenters 125 a week. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OP LABOR, 1913. 



I. 63 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October i, 1913: By 

MunicipaliHes — Continued. 





Ratbs op Waors 


HouBa OP Labor 


















Number 










Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sundasrs 






of Months 


MtrXIdPALXTISS. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


and 

Hoadays 

(Hour) 


Day 


Week 


Weekly 

Half- 

hoUday 


















in Effect 


ThMtrieml ttan Im- 
ployew — Con. 


















Carpentert — Con . 


















NorthA(W. . . . 


« 


>|1.76 


118.00 


10.30 


10.60 


— 


58 


- 


Northampton. 


_ 




30.00 


.40 


.80 


- 


— 


- 


Salem. .... 


_ 


. 


25.00 


.75 


t. 


- 


48 


- 


^St- : : : : 


- 


- 


25.00 
18.00 


T30 


"45 


: 


48 


~ 


Wanmer 


- 


- 


25.00 


.52 


1.04 


- 


48 


- 




















New Bedford. 


_ 


— 


16.00 


.40 


.70 


— 


— 


— 


North Adams, 


10.30 


u.oo 


15 00 


.30 


.60 


- 


- 


- 


Northampton, 




- 


18.00 


.30 


.60 


- 


- 


" 


Eleetriciaru. 


f 
















Fan Rhw, .... 


« 


- 


15.00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


lawienoe 


. 


- 


• 18.00 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


New Bedford. 


_, 


U.50 


10.50 


.40 


.70 


- 


- 


- 


North Adams. 


„ 


U.OO 


15.00 


.30 


.60 


- 


- 


- 


Northampton, ^ 


. 


- 


15.00 


.80 


.60 


- 


- 


- 


Salem. 


- 


^ 


18.00 


.50 


1 ~ 


- 


48 


- 


ISSS"- : : : : 


- 


*" 


20 00 
20.00 


T30 


745 


- 


7 


- 


Flymen. 


















NewB«lford. 


. 


U.50 


14.00 


.40 


— 


- 


- 


- 


North Adams, 


„ 


>1.00 


12.00 


.30 


.60 


— 


- 


- 


Northampton. 

Springfield. .... 

Woroerter. .... 


« 


- 


15 00 


.30 


.60 


- 


- 


- 


— 


: 


18.00 
10.00 


738 


766 


- 


48 


- 


Gmtral Stage Employeee. 


















Fan River. . . 


\ „ 


- 


15.00 


.35 


.50 


- 


- 


- 


FHchburg 


« 


- 


13.50 


.40 


.40 


- 


49 


- 


UmeUr^ .... 


. 


U.50 




.40 


.60 


- 


49 


- 


Northampton, 


« 


- 


13~50 


.80 


.60 


- 


- 


— 


Salem 


» 


U 25 


_ 


.50 


U.50 


- 


48 


- 


Wattham. .... 


- 


- 


10.00 


** 


- 


- 


*• 


~ 


Brockton, 




. 


12.00 


.30 


.60 


. 


50 


_ 


Lawrenoe, .... 


„ 


»1.50 




.50 


.75 


- 


48 


- 


North Adams. 


- 


MOO 


12*00 


.30 


.60 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield. .... 


- 


U.50 


16.00 


.80 


- 


— 


' 


"• 


Lithting Operatore. 


















NewBedford^ . . 


— 


»1.50 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


Springfield 


- 


M.OO 


- 


■" 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


Mcnng Picture Operatore. 


















Boston, 


- 


- { 


•20 00 
23.33 


1 1.00 


1.00 


{ ? 


1 40 


" - 


Rtchburg 


. 




18.00 


.40 


.40 




49 


- 


Lawrence, .... 


.62 


•3.15 


23.00 


.75 


.75 


^6 


44 


- 


Lowell. 


■m 


3.00 


21.00 


.50 


.50 


8 


56 


- 


New Bedford (Union A), . 




18.00 


.40H 


Am 


6 


36H 


■ 



* A performance. 

> Five dollars a day for Sunday work. 

* Four dollars a day for Sunday work. 

* A performance for stage work; $1.75 a performance for front lighting. 

> For 6 days 120, for 7 days 123.33 ; traveling operators shall receive not less than $35 a week and expenses. 

* For 6 days and $4.15 for Sunday. 

' Seven hours each on Saturday and Sunday. 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. b. 



Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, WIS: 

Munici'palxties — Continued. 



By 



OcCTTPATIOira AND 

HumczPALmaB. 



Ratss op Waob 



Hour 



ThMtriod Stan Bm- 

plofaei— Con. 
Mining Picture Openior$ 
— Con. 
Now Bedford (Union B), 
N<nthampton, 
Springfield: 

Fint openton, . 
Operators (seven perform- 



Second opeimtorB, 

Waltham, 
Woroeeter. 

VT J*^liP^ Clearers. 
New Bedford, 
North Adamst 

Lawrence, 
New Bedford, 
North Adams, 
Northampton, 
Salem. . 

Springfield, . 
Waltham, 
Worcester, 

^, Properiifmen, A$aiHarU. 
New Bedford, 
North Adams, 

Tile Layen. 

Boston 



Boston, 



Helper$. 



10.54 



1 .4«K 

.65 
f .38H 
1 '^ 



and 



Tobaooo Strippan. 

Boston: 

All round strippers, 

All round strippers 
bookers, . 

Binder strippers, 

Binder strippers (machine). 

Wrapper bookers. 

Wrappers, bookers, and 
strippers 

Wrapper strippers (ma- 
chine), 

Wrapper strippers 

Springfield, . 



.68^ 
.37H 

.20 
.30 

.22H 

.14^ 

.ISH 



Day 



>|3.25 



} - 
1-1 



».60 
».50 



U.OO 



U.OO 
5.50 
3.00 

1.34 

1.42 
1.24 
1.60 
1.60 

1.42 

1.78 
1.24 
1 24 
1.42 
1.59 



Week 



110.50 
* 30.00 

r «ao.oo 

[ 21.00 

16.00 
M5.00 
18.00 
1000 
30.00 
30.00 



15.00 
18.00 
16.50 
15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
30.00 
12.00 
16.00 



14.00 
12.00 



30.25 



16.50 



7.00 

8.00 
7.00 
0.00 
0.00 

8.00 

10.00 
7.00 
7.00 
8.00 
0.00 



Over- 
time 
(Hour) 



10.54 

.50 

.50 

.50 

.30 
.50 



.85 
740 



.30 
.35 

T30 
.30 



137H 
.75 



Sundays 

and 

Holidays 

(Hour) 



>I6.00 

1.00 

1.00 
1.00 

s - 

1.00 



.60 
T70 
760 



.45 
.60 



137J4 
.75 

^3IM 

».40 
7.40 

^355^ 

^31H 

.29H 
.83^ 
.37>^ 



Hoi7B8 OP LaBOB 



Day 



3H 
7 



8 
8 

8H 



Week 



36 
45 

45 



48 



48 
48 



44 
44 



45 

45 
45 
45 
45 

45 

45 
45 

48 



* A perfoxmanoe. 

* Five doUars a day for Sunday work. 

* Eighteen doUars and $16 paid to assistants. 

* Wages regulated by capacity of theatre and by continuous hours of performances. 

* Three dollars and thirty three and one-half cents a day for Sunday work. 

* Three dollars a day for Sunday work. 

' Double pay for Saturday afternoon also. 



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NO. 97.] UNION WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR, 191S. 



I. 65 



Umon Scale of Wages and Howre of Labor in Each Occupation on October 1, 191S: By 

MunicipaUtiee — Concluded. 







Rates or Waobs 


HocM or Labob 


. UVKKHFALnOB. 


Hour 


Day 


Week 


Over- 
time 
(Hour) 


Sunday! 

and 

HoUdavs 

(Hour) 


D»y 


Week 


Number 
of Month! 
Weekly 
Half- 
holiday 
in Effect 


UpholitancB. 

Boston (eustom), . 
Boston: 

Cvpeteatten, . 
Ctfpetlayen, . 

IfMOiiBeopenfeon, 

WattM. 

i/Sm Cocks.) 




« 


).44 


13.96 

8.83 
4.33 
8.25- 
3.83 
. 3.25- 
8.83 
3.25- 
3.83 


122.00 

23.00- 

25.00 

19.50- 

23.00 

19.50- 

23.00 

19.50- 

28.00 


I0.68 
.51- 

.71H 


10.88 

M- 

.81H- 
.95H 


9 

} * 
/ * 
/ * 
} ^ 


50 

48 
48 
48 
48 


12 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR — I9I4. 



[l. B. 



Index to Occupations for which Rates are Quoted. 



PAOB 

Afento (ttMin nilroftd). .... 60 

Ambulanoe drhrert, 58 

Apprentioas, electrical workers*, .19 

Apprenticee, mAchinitts', ... 96 

Apprenticee. printing praiimen'e, .40 

Appranticee (eteam railroad), % ... 48 
Armature room workers (iMrset and electric 

raUway), 51 

Armatore winders (iMreet and electric railway), 51 

Asbestos workers, 25 

Ashmen (nranidpal), 29 

Asb-pit men (steam railroad), . .45 

Attendants (municipal), 29 

Attendants (navy yard dispensary), . .33 

Backtenders (paper), 36 

Baggagemasters (steam railroad), .49 

Baggagemen (steam railroad), ... .43 

Bakers, 5 

Bakery wagon drivers, . 5, 58 

Barbers, ....... 5 

Bam men (street and electric raOway), . . 52 

Bartenders, 6 

Batteiymen (electrotypers), .20 

Beamers (textile), 61 

Beatermen (paper), 86 

Beatermen*s helpers (paper) 36 

Bellboys, 25 

Bench and machine men (carpenters), . 15 

Billers, 7 

Billposters, 7 

Blacksmiths, 7 

Blacksmiths (municipal), . . 29 

Blacksmiths (quarry), 40 

Blacksmiths (steam railroad), . .45 
Blacksmiths and horseahoers (street and elec- 
tric railway), 52 

Blacksmiths' helpers, 7 

Blacksmiths* helpers (municipal), .29 
Blacksmiths' helpers (street and electric rail- 
way) 52 

Block makers (navy yard), ... 82 

Blowers (glass workers), 23 

Boat builders (navy yard), ... 82 

Boatswains, 41 

Boilermakers (navy yard) 32 

Boilermakers (steam railroad), .45 

Boilermakers' helpers (navy yard), . .32 

Boilermakers* helpers (steam railroad), . . 45 
3oiler washers (steam railroad), .45 

Bookbinders, 7 

Bookkeepers (street and electric railway), . 52 

Boot and shoe workers, ..... 7 



PAQB 

Bootblacks, 10 

Bottlers and drivers, ..... 9 

Bottlers and machine operators, ... 9 

Bottomers (boots and shoe^ 9 

Boxmaksrs (carpenter^), 13 

Bosmakers (navy yard) 32 

Boys, n^. (navy yard) 82 

Brakemen, elevated and subway traina (p t iss i 

and electric railway), 68 

Brakemen, local freight (steam railroad), . . 44 

Brakemen, milk train (steam railroad), . 44 

Brakemen, passsngar (steam raltooad), . 48 

Brakemen (printing pressmen), » 40 

Brakemen (quarry) 40 

Brakemen, throu^ freight (steam railroad)* • 44 
Brakemen, yard (steam railroad), . .44 

Brass finishers (etreet and electric railway), . 62 

Brass molders, 38 

Brass workers, 38 

Brewery workmen, 10 

Bricklajrers, 13 

Bricklayers (municipal), 80 

Bridga and structural iron workers, . .13 

Bridge carpenters, 15 

Bridgemen and houseamiths ( s tr ee t and ele utri e 

raUway) 53 

BufFers (leathsr workers) 36 

Buffers (metal), 37 

Builders (electrotypers), 30 

BuikUng laborers, 13 

Bushelmen (garment workers), .33 

Buss boys, 36 

Cabinetmakers, 15 

Cabinet makers (navy yard), ... .33 

Cable splioers, 13 

Cable splicers (street and electric railway), . 64 

Calendermen (puper), 86 

Calendermen's hdpers (paper), .36 

Calkers and chippers, iron (navy yard), . . 32 
Calkers, wood (navy yard), ... .32 
Call boys (steam railroad), ... .45 

Cap makers, 24 

Captains, ferry (municipal), ... .80 
Car cleaners (street and electric railway), . 63 
Car cleaners (steam railroad), . . .45 

Car inspectors (steam railroad), .47 

Car repairers (steam railroad), .48 

Car shifters (street and electric railway), . . 62 
Car workers (steam railroad), . . .45 

Carders (textile), 61 

Carhouse employees (steel and e l ectri c railway). 62 
Carpenters, ....... 13 



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I. 67 



PAOB 

Cupeoton, boose, 13 

Cupentan (irmnkipal) 30 

Cftipentecs (navy yard) 32 

Oupenten (pteun raUrood), . . . . 46 
Ctrpenten. inids (gtwet and eleeteio nflway), 56 
Cupeaten, oiilnde (street and •tootiio railway), 52 

C^ipenteOL afaop, 15 

Caipeotefs, 8ta«e, 62 

rnriMinliii. mwiilmil nfann. .63 

OBipentara, wharf aad bridse, . .15 

CwpenterB* helpan (irteam railroad), . 45 

Oarpei enttara. 65 

Caipet layara, 65 

Carpet znaamnera, 65 

Caniate drrrera and ehanffeora, .58 

Carven, atooe, 51 

Ganren, wood, 15 

Caatara (eloetrotjpera) 20 

Oeflar man (barewery), 10 

Cement finiahera (nayy yard) 32 

Cwnciit work^Vt .15 

Cement worken (munidpal), . . . . 30 
Chaia maksn (navy yard), . . 32 

Cbain makers' balpara .(n*Ty y«d)» . .32 

ChaB^wnnaids, 25 

ChawMiar makera, 15 

duumeOera (boot and ahoe workara), 8 

Cbanffeora and oarriaaa driTera, .58 

(^anfleura Gifieiwacy), 10 

Chaoffeura (coal teamatera) 58 

Chaoffeora (metoopofitaa park), .42 

Cheelcera, fireicht (ateam lailaoad), . .46 

duppera Cnavy yanl) 82 

CSgar boa makeva. 16 

Otylabonn, 30 

CbaBera and tandera. fire (ateam railroad), . 47 
Claaaera, oar (pteam railroad), .45 

ClBSBen, ear Xptreet and electrio railway), . 52 
ClBSBen, traek (ptreet and eleotrie railway). . 57 
ClBaacn, yacuom operaton (atreet and eleetrio 

ndhraj), 57 

Oeaien, pcoperty (ataca), .... 64 

Ckffka (ateam railroad), 45 

CWv, fieisbt (ateam railroad), . . 46 

CMb, offioe (atreet and eleotric raUway), . 53 

Clerka, raoaivias (ateam railroad), . .46 

ClerkB, atook room (ptreet and eleetrio railway), 53 

Ckdn. wine, 16 

CMgi, yard (ateam railroad), . .46 

(Soak and flkirt makeia. 22 

Oottn-oa (boot and ahoe workeca), ... 8 
(^blh hat and cap makara, .... 24 
(aoth pceamen (textile). .61 

CfetUof trimmeia, 22 

Coal bcaB«ins engineera. 24 

CoalboiatincaiiperTiaora, .... 58 

Coalpaaaen, 22 

Coal teamatera, 58 

Coal teamstera' helpera, 68 

Coatmakara, 22 

Cea windera (ptreet and electrio railway), . . 62 
CoOBOton (atreet and eleotrio railway), . . 53 
Compoaitora, book and job, .16 

Co wp oa ftt o t a, machine opacatoBB, .17 

Conpoaitora, newspaper — day work, .16 



PAOB 

(Tompoaitora, newapaper — night work, . 16 

Onnpoaitora, newapaper — third ahift, . 16 

Concrete mizera (municipal), .... 30 
Concrete workera (navy jrard), .32 

Owductora (atreet and electrio railway), . . 55 
Conductora. aaalatant (ateam railroad), . 43 

Gonduotora, local freight (ateam railroad), . 44 

(Conductora, milk train (ateam railroad), . . 44 
CTonductora, paaaenger (ateam railroad), . . 43 
Conductora, through freight (ateam railroad), . 44 
Conductora, yard (ateam railroad), . .44 

OmtroUer work (atreet and eleotrie railway), . 52 

CockM, 17 

Coopera, brewery, . .11 

Coopera (navy yard) 32 

(Coopera, wood, 18 

(Copperamitha, 18 

0>pperamitha (navy yard), .32 

0>pperBmitha* helpera (navy yard), . .33 

Comnakera, 28 

Coremakera (navy jrard), . . 33 

Counters, caah (atreet and electrio railway), . 53 

Countera (paper), 36 

Countera, ticket (atreet and electric raUway), . 53 

Oanemen (dredgaa), 51 

Oane operatora (atreet and electrio railway), . 53 
Croaaing men (ateam railroad), .40 

Curb aettera (munidpal), .... 30 

Cuatodiaaa (munidpa]), 30 

Cuttera (cloak and akirt), .... 22 

Cuttera. granite, 24 

Cuttera, heal (boot and ahoe woricera). 8 

Cuttera — inaole (boota and ahoea), ... 8 
Cuttera — lining, doth (boota and ahoea), 7 

Cuttera. marble, 27 

(Cuttera — outaole (boota and ahoea), 8 

Cuttera (paper), 36 

Cuttera, atone, 51 

(Cuttera, atone (munidpal). .... 32 
(Cuttera, atone (navy yard), ... .34 
Cuttera, aurfadng madiine, .... 24 
Cuttera — top. hand (boota and ahoea), . 8 

Cuttera — top, maohine (boota and ahoea), 8 

(Cuttera — trimming (boota and ahoea), 8 

(Cuttera — vamp, hand (boota and ahoea), 8 

Cuttera — vamp, maohine (boota and ahoea), . 7 
(Cuttera and glaaiera (glaaa workera), . 23 
(Cuttera* helpera (doak and akirt), . .22 
Cuttera* helpera (paper), .... 36 
Cutting die and cutter makera, .18 
Cylinder preaamen, 40 

Deokmen, ieny (munidpal), .... 30 

Deooratora, 19 

Delivery derka (ateam railroad), .46 

Derriokmen Cmunidpal), ... 80 

Derrickmen (quarriea), 40 

Dieforgera, 18 

Die ainkera (navy yard), .... 33 
Dippera (chandelier workera), . .15 

Diapenaary attendanta (navy yard), . 33 

Dtvera (navy yard) 83 

Drawtendera (munidpal) 30 

Drawtendera (atreet and electric railway), . 53 

Dredgemen, 51 



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STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1014. 



[l. B. 



PAGB 

Dr ea wT B (boots umI ahoes), .... 

Dnennaken, 22 

DriHera (navy yaitl), S3 

DriHera (quairy), 40 

Drillera, itoMn (ynunieipftl), .81 

DriUmen (vmnidpal) 80 

Driven, ambnlanoe, 68 

Driven, bakery wacon, 5 

Driven* carriage, 68 

Driven, laundry wacon, . . . 60 

Drivers, milk wagon, 60 

Driven, newspaper wagon, .... 60 

Drivers, transfer, 00 

Driven and bottlen, 

Driven' and bottlen' belpen, . .10 

Drivers. 5e« also Teamsters. 

Dyen (textile), 01 

Eleotrieal workers, 10 

Electricians (navy yard) 83 

Electricians, stage 63 

Electricians (etieet and electric railway), . . 68 

Electricians (textile), 01 

Electricians' belpen (navy yard), .33 

Eleottoplaten (navy yard), . . 83 

Eleotrotypers, 20 

Elevated raOway brakemen, .... 62 
Elevated raOway gatemen, ... .63 
Elevated raOway guards, .... 63 

Elevated railway motormen, .... 64 

Elevator constructors, 20 

Elevator men (street and electric railway), . 63 
Elevator operators, . . .20 

Emergency men — linemen (street and electric 

raUway), 64 

Engine hostlers, 47 

Engineers, boiler room (street and electric raH- 

way), 68 

Engineen (brewery), . 11, 20 

Engineers, coal hoisting, 24 

Engineen (dredges), 61 

Engineen (electric stations), .... 20 
Engbeers, freight locomotive, .... 40 
Engineers, hoisting and portable, .24 

Engineers, hoisting (street and electric railway), 63 
Engineers, passenger locomotive, .40 

Engineers, road rolling, 41 

Engineen, stationary and steam, .20 
Engineers, switch locomotive, . .47 
Engine tenders, locomotive (navy yard), . . 33 
Engine tenden (navy yard), . ... 33 
Express teamsters, 69 

Fastenen (navy yard), 33 

Fermenting room men (brewery), . .11 

Ferry captains (municipal), . . . . 80 
Ferry deokmen (municipal), .... 30 
Ferry gatemen (municipal), . . 30 

Ferry quartermasten (municipaOt • • 31 

Finishen (boots and shoes), . . .0 

Finishen (cement worken), . .16 

Finishen (cutting die and cutter maken), . 18 

Finishen (eleotrotypen), ... .20 

Finishen (leather), 26 

Finishen (paper), 87 



PAttC 

Finishen (textile) 61 

Fbe oleanen and tenden (steam railroad), . 47 

Firemen (brewery), 11 

Firemen, locomotive (freight service), . 46 

Firemen, locomotive (passenger sendee), . . 47 
Firemen, locomotive (switching), . .47 

Firemen (municipal), 80 

Firemen (navy yard). 88 

Fbemen, stationary 21 

Firemen (street and electric railway), . 68 

Fish workers, 22 

Fitters, water department (municipal), . 82 

Flagmen, local freight (eteam raihwad), . . 44 
Flagmen, milk train (steam raih'oad), . 44 

Flagmen, passe nger (pteam railroad), . 48 

Flagmen, through freight (pteam railroad). . 44 
Flange tumen (n*vy yard). .... 88 
Floor hands (eleotrotypen), .... 20 
Floorlayen (carpenten), .18 

Floonnen (brewery). 11 

Flymen, 68 

Folders, cotton, 61 

Foremen (baken), 6 

Foremen (cigar box maken). • .16 

Foremen (oompositon), 17 

Foremen (metropolitan park), . . .42 

Foremen (municipal), 80 

Foremen (steam railroad), . 48. 49 

Forgen (cutting die and cutter maken), . . 18 
Forgers, heavy (navy yard), ... .88 
Frei^t checken (steam railroad), . .46 

Freight clerks (steam railroad), .46 

Freight engineers, 46 

Freight handlers, 47 

Fuel handlers, 47 

Fumitun teamsters, 69 

Oaffen (glass), . . * , .23 

Oahranisen (navy yttid), ... .83 

Qaragemen, 00 

Gardenen (navy yard), 83 

Garment cutters, ladies*. .22 

Garment workers, 22 

Oasfitters, 28 

Gas meter repairers, 28 

Gatemen, elevated and subway trains (street 

and electric railway), 63 

Gatemen, ferry (municipal). ... .80 

Gatheren (glass) 23 

General teamsters, 00 

General worken (bottlen), . .10 

(General workmen (brawery), . . . .11 

Glass workers, 23 

Grain and mason supply handlers, .50 

Grain counter worken (boots and shoes), . . 8 

Grainen (painten) 35 

Granite cutters, 23 

Grinden (cutting die and cutter maken), . . 18 

Grips, 63 

Groundmen (electrical worken), . . .20 
Groundmen (street and electric railway), . . 64 
Groundmen, emergency linemen (street and 

electric railway), 64 

Guards, elevated and subway trains (street and 

electric railway), 68 



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I. 69 



PAOB 

Haimnfir nmnen (naTj yard)t .83 

Hudle makBfS (cuttinc die and eutier mak«n), 18 
HftDdlfln, ffrain and maaon aopply* . . fiO 

Hand woiken (bookbindera), .... 7 
Hardwood finiabera (painteia). .86 

Harnea makeca, 24 

Hanea maken (atieet and eleoiiie raihvay), . M 

Hat and eap makexBt 24 

Heatera, fnrnaoe (navy yard) 88 

Bed eattera (boota and ihoea), ... 8 

Hdpeia (bridge and atroetnral iron workera), . 12 
^Ipera, cement wofken*, .15 

Heipaa (eattins die and cutter maksfa), . . 18 
Hdpaa, elerator eonatroctofa't .20 

Hdpeia, seneral (nary yard), ... .88 
Helpera, eeneral (atreet and eleetric railway)* . 64 

Belpeta, inaidemen (bottieca) 10 

Hdpeza (p^»er) 87 

Hod canien (baildbs laboren), .12 

Hod eairien (navy yard), .88 

Hoiiting and portable engineera, .24 

Boiitiac encineera, ooal, 24 

HolderaKMk (payy yard), 88 

HoTMboera, 25 

Honeiboera and Uaokamitha (atreet and eleotric 

xaSway), 62 

Hoetleia (atreet and eleetrio railway), . 56 

Hoitlera, encine (ateam raiboad), .47 

Hotel workera. . . .25 

Hour earpentera, 18 

Houeamitha and bridfemen (irtreet and electrio 

tailway), 52 

leeteamrtera, 60 

hade wiremen, 19 

bode wiremen'a belpera, .10 

IxapeoUna (znunSeipal) 30 

lupeetota (ateam railroad), .47 

h ep eetor a , linemen (atreet and eleetrio railway), 54 
Innlatora and aabeatoa w o r k e r a, .25 

lanlatora (a^cet and electrie railway), . . 52 
Interloekera (atreet and electric railway), . . 56 
Iron and ateel workera (blacknnitha), 7 

Iran moklera, 29 

Iron woricera (blaokamitha) 7 

Jamton (municipal), 80 

Janitora (navy yard) 88 

Joiaen, ihip (navy yard) , . .83 
Jobpreflsmen, 40 

Khchenhelp, . . . . . .25 

labelen, band (bottlere) 10 

Uboratoriana' helpem (navy yard), . .83 

Laboreia, building, 12 

I^boceia. cement, 15 

Uborera. common (navy yard), .33 

Uboreta (metropolitan park), .... 42 

Laboreta (munidpal), 30 

Laborers Oiuarry), 40 

^^honn (ftreet and electric railway), . 54 
Uboters, track (ateam railroad), .48 
I'MVwxeri (chandelier makers), .15 
I^nvUglitera, 52 



PAOB 

Laatera (boota and ahoea), .... 9 

Lasting machine operatora (boota and ahoea), 
Lathe bands (chandelier makers), .15 

Lathe hands (street and electric railway), . . 52 

Lathers, 25 

Laundry wagon drivers, 59 

Laundry workera, 25 

Leather handlers, 26 

Leather workers, 26 

Ledgemen (municipal), 31 

Lighting operators (theatrea) 63 

linemen (eleotrieal workera), . . . 20 

Tiinemen (street and electric railway), . 54 

lining makers (boota and shoes), ... 8 

Linotype operatora, 17 

Locknnitha (municipal), 31 

Loconkotive inspeotora (ateam railroad), . . 47 

Loftmen (paper), 87 

Longshoremen, 2d 

Loomfizers, 61 

Lumber handlers, 59 

Lumber teamatera, 59 

Machine men (oarpentera), .15 

Machine operators (bookbinders), ... 7 
Machine operators (bottlers), .... 9 
Machine operators (upholsterara), . .65 

Machine tendera (compoaitors), .17 

Machine tendera (paper), .87 

Machine tendera' helpera (paper), . .37 

Machinista, 26 

Maohiniata (navy yard), 38 

Machinista (steam railroad), . .47 

Machinista (street and electrie railway), . . 54 

MachiniaU' helpera, 26 

Machinista' helpers (navy srard), .33 

Machinista' helpers (steam railroad), . 47 

Mailers, newspaper 27 

Maintenanoe-of-'way employeea (steam railroad), 48 
Marble outtera and aetters, .27 

Marble masons, 27 

Marble workers, 27 

Marine stewards, 17 

Maaons, brick (navy srard) 33 

Masons, marble, 27 

Masona, stone, . . .51 

Maaons, stone (navy jrard), ... .38 
Masona (street and electric railway;, . 54 

Mechanics (metropolitan park), .42 

Mechanics (street and electric railway), . . 54 

Melters (navy yard), 33 

Metal polishers, 27 

Metal qpinners (chandelier makers), .15 

Meter repairers, gas, 28 

Metropolitan i>ark employees, . . .42 

Metropolitan water and sewer works emplosrees, 42 

MiUc wagon drivers, 59 

Millmen (navy yard) 33 

Millwrighta (navy yard), . . . .33 

Molders. • . . 28 

Molders (oarpentera), 15 

Molders (electrotypers), 20 

Molders, green sand, iron or brass (navy yard), . 33 
Molders, loam (navy yard), .... 33 
Molders, steel (navy yard), .... 83 



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Molden* belpen (oftvy jrard) 83 

Motormen, elevmied and lubway traini (•treet 

And eleotrio railway), 54 

Motormen, surfaoe linea (sireet and eleetrio rail- 
way), 66 

Movinc picture operators, .... 63 

Muk spinners 62 

Municq>al employees, 29 

Nailers (cigar box makers) 16 

Navy yard emplojrees, . . . 32, 33 

NewQMtper mailers, 27 

Newspaper wagon drivers, ... .60 

Oakum q>innen (navy srard), . . .33 

Office clerks (steam railroad), .... 46 

Oilers, 22 

Oilers (street and electric railway), . .66 

Oil room men (steam railroad), .48 

Operators (dredges), 61 

Operators (moving picture machine), . 63 

Operators (steam railroad), .... 60 
Ordnance helpers (navy yard), .33 

Ordnance men (navy yard), .33 

Ornamental iron workers (blacksmiths), . 7 

Overall and coat workers, .22 

Packers (boots and shoes), .... 

Packers (boUlers) 10 

Packers (navy snard), 33 

Packers and shippers (paper), . . . . 37 

Painters, bouse, 34 

Painters (metropolitan park) 42 

Painters (municipal) 31 

Painters (navy snard) 33 

Painters, ship 35 

Painters, sign, 36 

Painters (steam railroad), .... 48 
Painters (street and eleetrio railway), . 66 
Painters, structural iron (street and electric rail- 
way) 66 

Painters* helpers (navy jrard), .... 33 

Pants makers, 22 

Paperhangers, 36 

Paper makers, 36 

Paper rulers (bookbinders) 7 

Passenger engineers, 46 

Patternmakers, 37 

Pattern makers (navy snard), . . . . 33 

Pavers, 38 

Pavers (municipal), 31 

Pavers (navy yaxd) 33 

Pavers (street and electric railway), . .66 

Paving cutters, 38 

Photo-engravers, 38 

Piano and furniture movers, . ... 69 

Piano and organ workers, .... 38 

Picture machine operators, ... 63 

Pipefitters (navy yard) 33 

Pipe layers (municipal) 31 

Pipers (steam railroad), 48 

Pitmen (street and electric railway), . 66 

Planermen (quarry) 40 

Plasterers, 38 

Plasterers (navy yard), 33 

Plasterers' tenders, 39 



PAGI 

Platers (metal) 27 

Plumbers, 89 

Plumbers, house (navy yard), . . .33 

Plumbers, marine, 89 

Plumbers, ship (navy yard), . . .33 

Plumbers (steam railroad), ... .48 
Phimbers (street and electric railway), . 56 

Plumbers* helpers (navy yard), .83 

Polishers, metal, 27 

PorUble engineers, 24 

Porters (elevator) 20 

Porters (street and electric railway), . 56 

Power station men (street and electric railway), 62. 56 
Power station work (street and eleetrie railway), 52 

Pressers (ck)ak and skirt) 22 

Pressers (glass) 23 

Pressers* helpers (ckMkk and skirt), ... 23 
Pressfeeders, . .39 

Pressmen, cloth (textile) 61 

Pressmen (garment workers), . . .23 

Pressmen (navy yard), 33 

Pressmen, printing, . 89, 40 

Printers (cigar box), 16 

Proofreaders, 17 

Pr oper ty cleareis (stage), .... 64 

Propertymen (stage), 64 

Propertymen, assistant (stage), .64 

Pulp, sulphite, and paper mill workers, . 37 

Punchers and shearers (navy yard), . .33 

()uarry workers, 40 

Quartermasters, 41 

Quartermasters, ferry (municipal), . .31 

Railroad emplosreee, steam, ... .43 

Rammermen (municipal) 31 

Rear trainmen, ..... .44 

Receiving clerks (steam raihroad), . .46 

Rectifiers (wine clerks), 16 

Repairers, oar (steam railroad), .48 

Riggers (navy yard), 33 

Riggers, ship, 41 

Riggers (street and electric railway), . 66 

Riggers' helpers (navy yard) 33 

Riveters (navy srard), 33 

Rivet heaters (boys) (navy yard), . . .33 
Road rollers (municipal), .31 

Road rolling engineers, 41 

Roofers, 41 

Roofers (navy ytad) 33 

Roofers (steam railroad) 49 

Roofers (street and electric railway), . 56 

Roofers' helpers, 41 

Rope makers (navy yard), ... .33 
Rope makers, wire (navy yard), .33 

Rope makers' helpers (navy yard), . .33 

Roundhouse call boys (steam railroad), . 45 

Rough rounders (boots and shoes), . . .9 

Sailmakers, 41 

Sailmakers (navy yard) 33 

Sailors, 41 

Sand and cement teamsters, .60 

Sand blasters (navy yard), ... .33 
Sand dryers (steam railroad), . . . .49 



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PAOB 

Suden and diippen (earpenten), . .16 

' Stud nttchine men (earpenten), .15 

Siiotaiy intpeeton (munieipal), .30 

Siir filen (naTy yard), dS 

Sivyen (eaipenton), 15 

Savyen (cigar box), 10 

Sawyeri (qnany) .40 

Seakn (paper), 38 

Seamen. 41 

Second handa (bakaca), 5 

Seeond handa (eteam aOroad), . . 48 

Sectionmen (quany), 40 

Sectionmen (eteam railroad). . . . 48 

ScTTBred^aM) 28 

Sttten, marUe, 27 

Sewer efaenthere (monidpal), . .81 

Sewer woikexa (monieipal), .31 

Sbavan, leather, 26 

Sheet metal workera, .41 

Sheet metal wockera (nsvy yard), . .88 

Sheet metal wockera (eteam railroad), . 49 

Shifters, ear (atreet and eleetrio railway), . . 52 

Ship carpenters, 15 

Ship fitters (navy yard), 88 

Ship fitteia* helpers (nary srard), .84 

Ship keepefs (navy yard), .... 84 

Sfaippainten, 85 

Shippers (paper), 87 

Shiprigfers, 41 

SUpwrights (naTy yard), .... 34 

Shirt^^raist makers, 22 

Shop and millmen, . ' 15 

SMspmen, na. (street and eleetrle raihimy), . 56 
Sgnahnen (steam railroad), .49 

S^ahnwi (street and eleetrio railway), . . 56 

Sign painters, 35 

saver workers, 28 

Skirtmakers, 22 

divers (boots and shoes), .... 8 

Sbaher tenders 62 

Smiths (naTy yard), 34 

Smitht' helpers (navy yard), .... 34 
Sde leather workers (boots and shoee), 8 

Sole sorters (booU and shoes), ... 8 

Sparmakers (navy yard), . . 34 

Specialists (machinists), 26 

Sptoners (textile) 62 

Stable keepers (navy yard) 34 

Stablemen 60 

Stablemen (bottlera and drivers), .10 

Stablemen (brewery) 11 

Stablemen (municipal), 81 

Stablemen (street and electric raflway), . . 56 

Stage employeea, 63 

Stairbnildera (carpenters) 15 

Stakers Oeather) 26 

Stunpers (bookbinders), 7 

Starters (elevator), 20 

State employeea, 42 

Station acenta (steam raiboad), .50 

Station empl oy ee a (steam railroad), . .49 

Stationary engpmeers, 20 

Stationary firemen, 21 

Steam drillers (monieipal), .31 
Steam engineers, 20 



PAon 

Steamfitteia. 42 

Steamfitters (marine), 42 

Steamfittera (steam railroad), .... 49 
Steamfittera (street and eleetrio raflway), . . 56 

Steamfitters* helpers, 42 

Steamfittera' helpera (marine), .42 

Steamfitters' helpers (steam railroad), . 49 

Steam railroad en4>loyeea, ... 48 

Steamship derka, 42 

Steam, ahovel, and dredgemen, .51 

Stereotypera, 20 

Stawarda (marine) 17 

Stitchers, top (boots and shos«), ... 9 
Stock eutters (carpenters), .15 

Stone carvers, 51 

Stone cutters, 51 

Stone cutters (municipal) 31 

Stone cutters (navy yard), .... 84 

Stonemaaona, 51 

Stone eawsrers (<inarry) 40 

Stone workers (municipal), . . 82 

Store room helpers (steam railroad), . 49 

Stove molders, 51 

Stove mounters, 51 

Street and electric raflway empl oy eea, 51-58 
Street cleaning inspec t ors (munidpal), . 80 
Street men (cement workers), . .15 
Subway electric traitf gatemen, .53 
Subway electric train guards, .... 53 
Subway electric train motormen, .54 
Surfacing machine cutters, .... 24 
Switchboard operators (street and electric rail- 
way) 57 

Switching engineers 46 

Switchmen (steam railroad), . . 44, 49 

Switchmen (street and electric raflway), . . 57 
Switchmen, yard (steam railroad), . .44 

Taokers (leather) 26 

Tailors. 23 

Tallymen (ateamraflroad), . .46 

Teamstera. 58 

Teamsters, bakery, 55 

Teamsters, fae wer y 11 

Teamstera. ooaU 58 

Teamsters, ezprees, ..... 59 

Teamsters, furniture 59 

Teamsters, gezteral, 60 

Teamsters, ice, 59 

Teamsters (metropolitan park), .42 

Teamsters (municipal), 32 

Teamsters (navy yard) 34 

Teamsters, sand and cement, . ... 60 
Teamsters (street and electric raflway), . . 57 
Teamsters. iSm aUo Drivers. 
Teamsters' helpers, brewery, . .11 

Telegraphers (steam railroad), .49 

Telephone operatora, 60 

Teztfle operativea, 61 

Theatrical stage emplojrees, .62 

Third hands (bakers) 5 

Third hands (p^>er) 38 

Ticket coUectors (steam raflroad), . .43 

Tile layers, 64 

Tfle layers' helpers, 64 



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PAOB 

Timmitha Ortaam railroad) 60 

Tinamithfl (ptreei and eleoirio raUway), . . 67 

Tobaooo strippers, 64 

Tool dressers (naTj yard), ... 84 

Toolmakers, 26 

Toolmakers, mafihine (nayy yard), . .84 

Tool sharpeners (sraoite), .... 24 
Top stitchers (boots and shoes). ... 
Towennen (steam railroad), ... .60 

Town laborers, 80 

Traek cleaners (street and electric railway), . 67 
Track foremen (eteam railroad), .48 

Track laborers (eteam railroad), .48 

Trackmen (pavy yard), 84 

Trackmen (steam railroad), .... 48 
Trackmen (ptreet and electric railway), . . 67 

Trainman (irteam railroad) 48 

Transfer drirefs 68 

Treers (boots and shoes), . . . . 

Trsnchmen (municipal), 82 

Trimmers leather) 26 

Trimmers (strset and electric railway), . 67 

TroDeymen (strset and electric raOway), . . 67 
Truckers (eteam railroad), .47 

Turners (carpenters), 16 

Turn table men (eteam railroad), .60 

Twisters (textile), . .62 

Upholsterers, 66 

Upholsterers (navy yard) , . .84 

Upholsterers (irteam railroad), .... 60 

Vacuum cleaner operators (etreei and electric 

railway) 67 

Yampers (boots and shoes), .... 
Vanddiers and polishers (navy srard), . 84 

T^se hands (chandelier makers), .16 



PAOl 

Waiters, 17 

Waitresses, 18 

Warp preparers, 62 

Warp twisters (textile), 62 

Washermen (p^>er) , 88 

Washhouse men (brewery), .11 

Watchmen (street and electric railway), . . 67 
Water and sewer workers, metropolitan, . . 42 
Water department fitters (municipal), . 32 

Water department inspectors (mnnio pal), • 80 

Water workers (munidpaO. . .81 

Weavers, 62 

Web pressmen, 40 

Welders, acetylene (navy srard), .84 

Welders (street and electric raflway) , .67 

Wharf and brklge carpenters, . .15 

Wharf builders (navy yard), ... .34 

Wharfmen (coal yards), 58 

Wheelwrighte (navy srard), ... .84 
Winders, armature (street and dectrie railway), 61 

Wine clerks 16 

Wiremen, inside, 19 

Wiremen (navy srard), 84 

Wiremen (street and electric railway), . 56 

Wiremen's helpers, inside 10 

Wiremen's helpers (street and electric railway), • 58 
Wood carvers (carpenters) , . .15 
Woodworkers (strset and dectric railway) » . 56 
Woodworkers' helpers (pavy yard), . .84 
Wool sorters, 62 



Yard clsria (eteam railroad), . 
Yard foremen (eteam railroad), 
Yard men (etreei and electric railway). 



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BUREAU OF STATISTICS 

CHARLES F. GETTEMY, Director 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL 

Directory of Labor Organizations 

IN 

Massachusetts 
1914 



LABOR BULLETIN No. 98 

(Bdac Part II of (bs Annual Baport on tha Statiatios ol Labor (or ItU) 



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MARCH 9, 1914 



BOSTON 

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THIRTEENTH AMUAL 

Directory of Labor Organizations in 
Massachusetts, 1914. 



INTRODUCTION. 

The matter presented herewith constitutes the thirteenth annual 
edition of the Directory of Labor Organizations in Massachusetts/ the first 
directory of this character having been published by this Bureau in 
August, 1902. 

The present edition consists of four divisions: (I.) "National and In- 
ternational Organizations," having one or more aflBliated local unions in 
the United States; (II.) "State, District, and Trades Councils," consisting 
of organizations composed of delegates from local organizations within a 
particular trade or group of trades, or within a definite district comprising 
more than a single city or town; (III.) "Central Labor Unions and 
Councils," composed of delegates from local unions in the same locality; 
and (IV.) "Local Trade Unions," composed of wage-earners in a single 
locality directly associated in what may be called the "unit" body of 
organization. 

Various methods of securing information have been used in conjunction 
with each other in compiling the present directory. There have been 
added to a card file, consisting of an individual card for each organization 
included- in the directory for 1913, additional cards for unions organized 
since that time. Careful records have been kept on these cards of all 
changes in meeting places, secretaries, and other information pertinent 
to the subject. Schedules were sent in December, 1913, to all of the 
National and International Unions in the United States requesting a list 
of their aflSliated locals in Massachusetts, together with the names and 
addresses of the respective local secretaries. Similar schedules were sent 
to all State, District, and Trades Councils, and Central Labor Unions and 
C!ouncils. The Bureau has been able, by these means, and also by a 
careful consideration of newspaper clippings relative to labor organizations 

^ Prior editiont of the directory have been publkhed in our Labor Bulletins aa follows: No. 23 (August. 1002), 
No. 24 (November, 1902). No. 83 (September. 1004), No. 37 (September. 1005). No. 43 (September. 1006). No. 
52 (September. 1007). No. 61 (September. 1008). No. 68 (October. 1000), No. 76 (September, 1010). No. 83 
(September. 101 1), No. 03 (Aucuat, 1012) and No. 04 (March, 1013). 



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II. 4 STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. [l. B. 

in the Commonwealth, to secure information with reference to the organi- 
zation of new unions, the disbanding of those formerly existing, and changes 
in the data relative to organizations previously listed. 

A schedule of inquiries, among which were certain inquiries which had 
special reference to this edition of the directory, was mailed on December 
31, 1913, to each local union in Massachusetts known to be in existence. 
Schedules were received by mail directly or were obtained by special 
agents of the Bureau from approximately 96 ^ per cent of the organizations 
listed in this edition. In the remaining cases, the desired information 
has been obtained from the secretary of the National or International 
organization with which the local organization is affiliated, or from some 
other reliable source. 

Owing to the fact that the collection of returns and the preparation and 
printing of the directory necessarily cover a period of several weeks, some 
changes have no doubt occurred since the information herein presented 
was obtained, consequently those who have occasion to consult this 
directory should bear this fact in mind. Local secretaries are urged to 
send notice of any change in the particulars published herein concerning 
the organizations with which they may be connected. 

In the compilation of this edition of the directory the Bureau has 
been accorded a most encouraging response to its inquiries by the officials 
with whom it has had occasion to communicate. 

The four divisions of the directory begin on pages as follows: 

I. National and International Organizations, .... page 5 

II. State, District, and Trades Coimcils, page 9 

III. Central Labor Unions and Councils, page 12 

IV. Local Trade Unions, page 16 

Abbreviations for the union officials follow: B. A. for Business Agent; C. R., Cor- 
responding Representative; C. S., Corresponding Secretary; Ch., Chairman; D. M. 
W., District Master Workman; F. A. E., First Assistant Engineer; F. S., Financial 
Secretary; Gen. S., General Secretary: Gr. S., Grand Secretary; Int. S., International 
Secretary; M. W., Master Workman; Nat. S., National Secretary; Org., Organiaer; 
Pres., President; R. S., Recording Secretary; S., Secretary; S. T., Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Treas., Treasurer; V. P., Vice President. 

1 The number of schedules sent out was 1,826, of which number 168 were to national organisations, 71 to 
State, district and trades councils, 09 to central labor unions and councils, and 1,488 to local trade unions. 
Returns were received from all but 72 organisations, or 3.9 per cent of the total number, prior to going to 
press on March 9, 1914. 



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NO. 98.] DIRECTORY OF LABOR ORGANIZATIONS, 1914. II. 5 



I. National and International Organizations. 

[In this division of the directory appear the names of those national and international organ- 
isations which have one or more affiliated local unions in the United StiUe$. The name of the 
union is first given, followed by the name and address of the general secretary or other officer 
acting as correspondent. 

Organisations which are affib'ated with the American Federation of Labor are indicated by 
an asterisk (*). 

Organisations which have no affiliated local unions or councils in Massachusetts are indi- 
cated by a dagger (f).] 



Awuriean Federation of Labor, Samuel Gompen, 
Ptis.; Frmnk Morrison. 8., 801-800 G St., N. W.. 
Washington, D. C; John B. Lennon, Treas.. 
Bloomington. lU. 

Departmentt, A, P. of L. 
^Building Tradea Departmenl. William J. Spenoer, 

S. T.. 412-414 Ouray Bldg., Washington, D. C. 
^MeUd Trades Department. Albert J. Berres. S. T., 

512-513 Ouray Bldg., Washington, D. C. 
*Mining DepartmenL Ernest Mills, S. T., 503-511 

Denham Bldg., Denver, Col. 
*BaUroad Employ ee» Department. John Soott, S. T., 

301 Saw3rer Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 
^Vnion Label Tradee Department. Thomas F. Tracy, 

8. T., 708-710 Ouray Bldg., Washington, D. C. 



Mdort Unum of America, White Rate. W. W. Waters, 
8. T., 227-231 W. 46th St., New York, N. Y. 

^Aebeatoe Workere, International Aeeociation of Heat 
and Frost IrtauJatore and. Thomas J. McNa- 
mara, Int. 8., 2516 Slattery St., St. Louis, Mo. 

*BakeTy and Confectionery Workers IntenuUional 
Union of America. Otto E. FiMsher, Int. 8., 212 
Bush Temple of Muaio, Chicago, 111. 

*Barhers ItUemational Union of Americat Journey- 
men. Jacob Fischer, Gen. S. T., 222 E. Michi- 
gan St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bartenders IrUemational League. (See Hold and Res- 
taurant Employees International Alliance). 

^Bm Pesters and Eiders of America, International 
AUiance of. William McCarthy, Int. 8.. 809 
Fitigerald Bldg.. 1482-90 Broadway, New York, 
N.Y. 

^Blaektmiths and Helpers, International Brotherhood 
of. William F. Kramer, Gen. 8. T., 670-585 
Monon Bldg.. Chicago, HI. 

^Boiler Makers, Iron Ship Builders, and Helpers of 
America, IrUemational Brotherhood of. William 
J. GUthorpe, Int. 8. T., 7-12 Law Bldg., Kansas 
City, Kan. 

^Bookbindere, International Brotherhood of. James 
W. Dougherty, Int. 8. T., 222 E. Michigan St., 
lDdiaDi4>olis, Ind. 

Boot and Shoe CuUers Assembly of the Knights of 
Labor, National Bennett M. Jayne. Nat. S. T., 
402 N. 42nd St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



*Boot and Shoe Workers Union. John F. Tobin, Gen. 

Pres.; C. L. Baine, Gen. 8. T., 246 Summer St., 

Boston, Mass. 
*Brewery Workmen of America, Intematumal Union 

of the United. Joseph Proebstle. Int. 8., 2347-51 

Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
*fBriek, Tile, and Terra Cotta Workers AUiance, In- 

temational. William Van Bodegraven, 8. T., 

2341 W. 12th St., Chicago. IlL 
Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers Intematumal 

Union of America. William Dobson. 8., Uni- 
versity Park Bldg., IndUmapolis, Ind. 
^Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, International 

Association of. Harry Jones, 8. T., 42^-42i 

American Central Life Bldg., lodianapoUs, Ind. 
*iBroom and Whisk Makers Union, IntemationaL 

Will R. Boyer, Int. 8. T.. 851 King PI., Chicago, 

IlL 
*iBrushmakers International Union. George J. Vits- 

thun, Gen. 8. T., 2052 Gates At., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Building Laborers, International Protective Union of. 

8. P. Johnson, Gen. 8., 2326 E. Eighth St., Los 

Angeles, Cal. 
Car Workers, International Association of. G. W. 

Gibson, 8. T.. 1209-10 M<»rton Bldg., 538 8. 

Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 
Card Machiru Operators Union of America. Percy 

Milner, Gen. 8., 54 Woodland St., Worcester, 

Mass. 
Card Room Operatives df America, Amalgamated. 

Thomas Blaoow, 8., 34 Stapleton St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 
Carpenters and Joiners, Amalgamated Society of. 

Thomas Atkinson, Sec., U. 8. Ex. Board, 76 

Bible House. New York. N. Y. 
^Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brother- 
hood of. Frank Duffy, Gen. S., Carpenters 

Bldg., 222 E. Michigan St.. Indianapolis, Ind. 
^Carriage, Wagon, and Automobile Workers of North 

America, Intematumal Union of. William P. 

MaveU, 8. T., 30 Chapin Blk.. Buffalo, N. Y. 
*Carvers Association of North America, IntertuUional 

Wood. Thomas J. Lodge. Gen. 8., 10 Carlisle 

8t.. Grove Hall, Mass. 
*Cement Workers, American Brotherhood of. Henry 

J. UUner, S. T.. 705 Clunie Bldg.. California and 

Montgomery Sts., San Francisoo, Cal. 
^Chandelier, Brass, and Metal Workers of North 

America, Brotherhood of. J. Qrinthal, S. T., 393 

Second Av.. New York, N. Y. 



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Natlonml and International Organisatlona. 



*Cioar Makert IrUerTuUional Union of Ameriea. 

George W. Perkins, Int. Pres., 820 Monon Bldg., 

Chicago, III. 
*CUrk9 Intemationdl Protective Attociationt Retail. 

H. J. Conway, 8. T., Look Drawer 24d, Lafay- 
ette. Ind. 
*Cloth Hat and Cap Maker e of North America, United. 

Max Znckerman, Qen. B., 62 E. Fourth St., New 

York. N. Y. 
*Commeretal Teieoraphere Union of America^ The. 

Wesley Russell. Gen. B. T., 922-930 Monon 

Bkig., Chicago. IIL 
*\Compre»eed Air and Foundation Workere Union of 

0te United Statee and Canada, International. 

James G. Andrew, Pres., 809 Bloomfield St., 

Hoboken. N. J. 
*Cooper» International Union of North Ameriea. Wil- 
liam R. Deal. Int. S. T., Bishop Bldg., Kansas 

City. Kan. 
*Cvttino Die and CtUter Makere, International Union 

of. William Bondy. S. T., 727 Manida St., 

Bronx. N. Y. 
*f Diamond Workere Protectiee Union of Ameriea. 

Andries Meyer, Pres., 323 Washington St.. 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Drop and Machine Forgere, Die Sinkere, and Trim^ 

mer Makere, United Aeeociation of. E. F. Sivi- 

ter. Gen. 8. T., 106 Rapleye St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
*Bleetrical Workere, International Brotherhood of (A. 

F. of L.). Charles P. Ford. Int. S.. Pierik Bldg., 

Springfield. 111. 
Bleetrieal Workere, International Brotherhood of. J. 

W. Murphy. Gen. S., Box 42. Springfield, lU. 
*Sle9ator Conetntctore, International Union of. Wil- 
liam Young, S. T., Room 418. Perry Bldg., 16th 

and Chestnut Sts.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
Bngineere, Amalgamated Society of. William Dela- 

hay, S., American Council, 309 Broadway, New 

York. N. Y. 
*Bngineere, ItUemational Union of Steam and Operat' 

ing. James G. Hannahan. Gen. S., 6334 Yale 

Av.. Chicago. 111. 
*Firemen, InterruUional Brotherhood of Stationary, 

C. L. Shamp, Int. S. T., 3615 N. 24th St., 

Omaha, Neb. 
*Foundry Employeee, International Brotherhood of' 

George Bechtold. 8. T., 200 S. Broadway, St. 

Louis. Mo. 
*Freight Handlere, Brotherhood of Railroad. George 

H. Kroeger. 8. T., 81&-24 Harrison St., Chicago, 

lU. 
*Fur Workere of the United Statee and Canada, 7n- 

temational. Samuel Korman. Gen. 8. T., 32 

Union 8q.. New York, N. Y. 
*€hrment Workere of America, United. B. A. Larger. 

Gen. 8., 116-122 Bible House. New York, N. Y. 
*(kirment Workere Union, International Ladiee. John 

A. Dyche, Gen. 8. T., 32 Union Sq., New York, 

N.Y. 
*iCflaee Bottle BUnoere Aeeociation of the United Statee 

and Canada. William Launer. Int. 8.. 930-932 

Withorspoon Bldg., Juniper and Walnut Sts., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
^QUiee Snappere National Protective Aeeociation, 

Window. L. L. JaokUn, Nat. S., Kane, Pa. 



*Olaee Workere InterruOional Aeeociation of America, 

Amalgamated. Albert J. Scott. Gen. S. T., 

Room 204, 118 E. 28th St., New York. N. Y. 
I^Glaee Workere of America, National Window. 

Charles Bryant, B., 417-420 Electric Bldg., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
*Olaee Workere Union, American Flint. William P. 

Clarke, 8. T., 92&-931 Ohio Bldg., Toledo. Ohio. 
*OUne Workere Union of America, International. Mias 

Elisabeth Christman, S. T., 606 Bush Tenqile 

of Music. Chicago. IIL 
Oovemment Employeee, National League of. George 

L. Cain, Nat. Pres., 11 LaGrange Ter., Lynn, 

Mass. 
*Qranite Cuttere International Auodation of America 

The. James Duncan, Int. Pres., Hancock Bldg., 

Quincy, Mass. 
*fOrindere and Finiehere NaJtional Union, Pocket Knife 

Blade. F. A. Didsbury, Nat. 8.. 508 Brook St., 

Bridgeport, Ct. 
Hat Finiehere Aeeociation of the United Statee, WooL 

J. J. Flanagan. Nat. 8. T., 96 Aubin St., Ame»- 

bury, Mass. 
*Hattere of North America, United. Martin Lawl«', 

Nat. 8. T., 11 Waverly PI., New York, N. Y. 
*Hod Carriere, Building and Common Lahorere Union 

of America, International. A. Persion, Gen. 8. 

T., Box 697, Albany, N. Y. 
*Hor»eehoere of the United Statee and Carutda, Inter- 

national Union of the Journeymen. Hubert S. 

Marshall, 8. T., 605 Second National Bank Bldg., 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 
*Hotel and Reetaurant Employeee International AUi- 

ance and Bartendere IfUemational League of 

America. Jere. L. Sullivan, Gen. 8. T., Com- 
mercial Tribune Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Induetrial Workere of the World. Vincent St. John. 

Gen. 8. T., Room 307, 164-166 W. Washington 

St., Chicago, 111. 
Induetrial Workere of the World. Herman Richter, 

Gen. 8. T., P. O. Box 651, Detroit. Mich. 
*^Iron, Steel, and Tin Workere of the United Statee, 

Amalgamated Aeeociation of. M. F. Tighe. S. T.. 

501 House Bldg., Smithfield and Water Sts., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Knighte of Labor. J. Frank O'Meara. 8.. Bliss Bldg.. 

Washington. D. C; Thomas H. Canning, Qvl 

M. W.. 228 Tremont St., Boston. Mass. 
*fLace Operatieee of America, The Chartered Society 

of Amalgamated. David L. Gould, Gen. 8., 545 

W. Lehigh Av., PhUadelphia. Pa. 
*Lathere International Union, Wood, Wire, and Metal 

Ralph V. Brandt, Gen. 8. T., 401 Superior Bldg., 

Cleveland. Ohio. 
*Laundry Workere International Union. Harry L. 

Morrison, Gen. 8. T., 604 Second Av.. Troy, N.Y. 
*Leather Workere on Horee Ooode, International United 

Brotherhood of. John J. Pfeiffer. Gen. 8. T.. 

504-5 Postal Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. 
Leather Workere Union of America, Amalgaenated. 

James J. Brennan, S., 223 Perry St., Lowell, 

Mass. 
Letter Carriere, National Aeeociation of. Edward J. 

Cantwell. Nat. 8.. 945 Pennsylvania Av., N. W., 

Washington. D. C. 



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Mftttonsl •■**'< Tulm nMrlfMiiJ Ctevsnliftiloiis* 



^LOhograpken InUmaiiomd PnUttif and Btn^fUial 

A$»oeiaHan «/ the UniUd Statu and Canada, 

Jamet M. O'Connor* Gen. S. T., Lancdon Bldg., 

300 Broadwiy, New York, N. Y. 
^Lahograpkic iV«M Feeden of the United StaiM and 

Canada^ Jntemaiional Protectiwe AetociaHan of. 

Henry C. Krans. Int. 8., 200 E. 23rd St , New 

York, N. Y. 
Lithoorapkie Workmen^ IntemaiumaX Union of, Wm. 

J. Reel, S.. Now York. N. Y. 
LoeomotiM Bngineen^ Brotherhood of. William B. 

Prenter. First Grand Engineer, 1118 B. of L. E. 

Bklg., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Locomotiee Firemen and Bnffinement Brotherhood of. 

A. H. Hawley, Gen. 8. T., Peoria. HI. 
*Lon(tahoreMten*e Aeaodaiiont International. John J. 

Joyce, 8. T., 702 Brisbane Bldg.. Buffalo, N.Y. 
Loomfixere International Union. Oliver Christian, 

Nat. 8., Box 8, Lawrence. Mass. 
*tMaehine Printers and Color Mixers of the United 

Statee, National Aseoeiation of. Patrick E. 

Lsrons, Nat. 8.. 334 Trenton Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 
^Maddmetet International Aeeoeiation of. George B. 

Preston, Gen. 8. T., McGill Bldg., 908-914 G 

St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
MaHera Trade Dietriet Union. James P. MoNichols, 

S., Flat 15. 442 Garfield Av., Chicago. 111. 
^Maintenanee of Way Bmployeee» International Broth- 
erhood of. Samuel J. Pegg, Gr. 8. T., 27 Put- 
nam Av.; Detroit, Mich. 
* Marble Workere, InterruMtional Aieociation of. Ste- 
phen C. Hogan. Gen. 8. T., 406 E. 149th St., 

New York. N. Y. 
^Mtat Cuttere astd Butcher Workmen of North America, 

Amaloamated. Homer D. Call, 8. T., 212 May 

Av., Syracuse, N. Y. 
*Metal Poliehere, Buffere, Platere, Braee nnd Silver 

Workere Union of North America. Charles R. 

Atherton, Gen. 8. T., Neave Bldg., Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 
*Mdal Workere International AUian^, Amalgamated 

Sheet. John E. Bray, Gen. 8. T., 407 Nelson 

Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo. 
^Mine Workere of America^ United. William Green. 

8. T., 1106 State Life Bldg.. IndianapoUs, Ind. 
^Miners, Weetem Federation of. Ernest Mills. 8. T. . 

503-611 Denham Bldg., Denver, Col. 
^MUdere Union of North Ameriea, IntemationaL 

Victor Kleiber, 8., 630 Walnut St., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
Mutical and Theatrical Uniont American Interna' 
. tional. W. Shurtleff. Int. 8.. P. O. Box 135, 

Station B, Washington. D. C. 
^Mveidane, American Federation of. Owen Miller, 

8.. 3535 Pine St., St. Louis. Mo. 
*?aiiUen, Deeoratore, and Paperhangere of America, 

Brotherhood of. J. C. Skemp, Gen. 8. T., Box 

09, Lafayette, Ind. 

^Paper Makere, IfUemational Brotherhood of. J. T. 

Carey, Pres., 127 N. Pearl St., Albany. N. Y. 
^Pattern Makers League of North America. James 

Wilson, Gen. Pres., 1008-1009 Second National 

Bank Bldg., Cincinnati. Ohio. 
♦Paiert. Rammerment Flag-Layere, Aephalt Worker; 

Bridge and Stone Curb Setters, International 



Union of. Edward I. Hannah, Gen. 8., 223 E. 

69th St., New York, N. Y. 
*Pa9ing Cuttere Union of the United States of America 

and Canada. Carl Bergstrom, Gen. 8., L. B. 

27, AlWon. N. Y. 
*PhotO'Sngra9ers Union of North America, Inter' 

national. Louis A. Sohwars, 8. T., 6609 Ger- 

mantown Av., Philadelphia, Pa. 
*Piano, Organ, and Mueical Inetrument Workers 

Union of America, IntemeOional. Charles Dold, 

Pres., 1037 Greenwood Ter., Chicago. 111. 
^Plasterers International Association of the United 

States and Canada, Operative. T. A. Scully, 8. 

T., 442 E. Second St., Middletown, Ohio. 
opiate Printers Union of North America, International 

Steel and Copper. Charles T. Smith. 8. T., 612 

F St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
*Plumbers and Slsam Fitters of the United States and 

Canada, United Aseoeiation of. Thomas E. 

Burke, Gen. 8. T., 411-416 Bush Temple of 

Music, Chicago, lU. 
*Poet-office Clerks, National Federation of. George 

F. Pfeiffer, 8. T., 1419 Clifton St., N. W., Wash- 
ington. D. C. 
^Potters, National Brotherhood of Operative. John 

T. Wood, 8. T., Box 6, East Liverpool, Ohio. 
*iPowder and High Explosive Workers of America, 

United. Ira Sharpoack, 8., R. R. No. 3, Colum- 
bus, Kansas. 
^ Print Cutters Association of America, National. 

Richard H. Scheller, Nat. S. T., 229 Hancock 

Av., Jersey City, N. J. 
^Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North 

America, International. Joseph C. Orr, 8. T., 

Pressmen's Home, Rogersville. Tenn. 
Printing Trades Association, International Allied. J. 

W. Hays. 8. T., Newton Claypool Bldg., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 
*Pulp, Sulphite, and Paper MiU Workers of the United 

Statee and Canada, International Brotherhood of. 

John H. Malin. Pres. 8.. P. O. Drawer K, Ft. 

Edward. N. Y. 
*Quarry Workers International Union of North 

America. Fred W. Suitor. Int. 8. T., Scamplni 

Bldg.. Barre. Vt. 
Railroad Signalmen of America, Brotherhood of. D. 

R. Daniels. Gr. 8. T., 28 Newton St.. Mansfield, 

Mass. 
Railroad Station Agents, Order of. P. H. Phinney, 

Gr. 8., Monument Beach. Mass. 
Railroad Station Bmployeee, Brotherhood of. P. J. 

Coyle. Gr. Pres.. 46-47 HoUand Bldg., 27 Hay- 
market Sq.. Boston, Mass. 
*Railroad Telegraphers, The Order of. L. W. Quick. 

Gr. 8. T., Star Bldg.. St. Louis, Mo. 
Railroad Trainmen, Brotherhood of. A. E. King, Gen. 

^ T., American Trust Bldg.. Cleveland. Ohio. 
*Railufay Carmen of America, Brotherhood of. E. 

William Weeks. Gen. 8. T.. 506-7 HaU Bldg.. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
^Railway Clerks, Brotherhood of. R. E. Fisher. Gr. 

8. T.. 307-310 K. C. Life Bldg., Kansas aty, 

Mo. 
Railway Conductors of America, The Order of. C. E. 

Whitney, Gr. 8. T., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 



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Matlonftl and International OrganiiatJona. 



*^t7tcav EinpU>yee9 of America^ AmatoamaUd AtBth- 

eiation of Street and Eleetrie. W. D. Mahon, Int. 

Pr«8.. 601-603 HodgM Bldg.. Detroit. Mioh. 
*Roofertt CamponHon, Damp and Waterproof Workert 

of the United Statee and Caruida, IntenuUional 

Brotherhood of* Daniel J. Qanley, Qen. S. T., 

14 N. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
^Sailore and Firemen' e Union of the Atlantic. George 

C. Bodine. S. T., 51 South St., New York, 

N. Y. 
*iSauf Smithe National Union. F. E. Kingsley, S. T., 

2728 Ashland Av., Indianapolia. Ind. 
*8eamen'a Union of America^ International. Thomas 

A. Hanson, S., 570 W. Lake St., Chicago, 111. 
^ShinoU Weavertt Sawmill Workere, and Woodemen, 

International Union of. William H. Read, S. T., 

202 Masmard BIdg., Seattle. Wash. 
Shoe Worker M of Amerie(h United. Michael J. Tracey, 

Gen. S. T.. 31 Exchange St., Lynn. Mass. 
Shoe Workere Protective Union. S. J. Pothier, Gen. 

S.. 163 Merrimack St., Haverhill. Mass. 

* Slate arid Tile Roof ere Union of America » Inter- 

national. Joseph M. Gavlak, Qen. S. T., 3643 

W. 47th St., Cleveland. Ohio. 
*\Slaie Workere, American Brotherhood of. Philip 

Jago. Jr., S., Pen Argyle, Pa. 
*Spinner» Union, IntemaUonal. Urban Fleming, 

Int. S., 188 Lyman St., Holyoke, Mass. 

* Stage Employ eee, IntematioruU Alliance of Theatrical. 

Lee M. Hart. Gen. S. T.. 603-7 Gaiety Theatre 
Bkig.. 1547 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

State, City, and Town Bmployeee, National Federation 
of Miohael F. O'Brien, Nat. Pres., 307A War- 
ren St., Roxbury, Mass.; John F. Andrews, 
Nat. 8., 83 Morgan St., New Bedford, Mass.; 
James J. Bums, Nat. S. T., 20 Webber St., Rox- 
bury, Mass. 

Steam, Hot Water, arid Power Pipe Fittere and Help- 
era, IntematioruU Aeeoeiation of, W. H. Davies, 
S. T., 204-205 Merrick Bkig.. 357 W. 63rd St.. 
Chicago, 111. 

Steam Shovel and Dredgemen, Iritemational Brother- 
hood of. T. J. Dolan. Gen. S. T.. 608 Fort Dear- 
bom Bldg.. Chicago, 111. 

iSteam Shovelmen, Aeeociated Union of. John W. 
Tracy. S., 333 S. Dearbom St., Chicago. 111. 

*-\ Steel Plate Tranaferrera Aaaociation of America, The. 
J. T. W. Miller, Nat. S., 1024 Park Rd., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

*Stereotyper» and Electrotypera Union of North America, 
International. George W. Williams, 8. T.. 20 
Globe Bldg., Boston. Mass. 

iStogie Makera League* National. F. W. Sonderman, 
Nat. S. T., Wheeling, W. Va. 

*Stone Cutter a Aaaociation of North America, Journey- 
men. Walter W. Drayer, Gen. S. T., 332 Ameri- 
can Central Life Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.* 



*St09e Mountera International Union. Frank Grim- 
shaw. S.T., 1210 Jefferson Av., E., Detroit, Mich. 

Street and Electric Raiheay Bmployeee of America, 
Amalgamated Aaaociation of. (See Railway Em- 
ploycea of America, Amalgamated Aaaociation of 
Street and Electric.) 

*Swiichmen*a Union of North America. M. R. Welch. 
Gr. S. T.. 826 Brisbane Bldg., Buffalo. N. Y. 

*Tailora Union, IfUematioruU Induatrial. E. J. Brail. 
Gen. S., Box 507, Bloomington, III. 

*Team«ter«, Chauffeura, Stablemen, and ffdpsrt of 
America, Intematumal Brotherhood of. Thomas 
L. Hughes, Gen. S., 222 E. Michigan St., Indi- 
anapolis, Ind. 

Textile Workera, National Induatrial C7numc/(I.W.W.). 
Thomas Holliday, S. T., Room 501, 104 Hanover 
St., Boston, Mass. 

*Texlile Workera of America, United, John Golden, 
Gen. Pres.; Albert Hibbert, Gen. S., Box 742. 
Fall River, Mass. 

*Tile Layera and Helpera International Union, Cera- 
mic, Moaaic, and Encauatic. James P. Reynolds, 
Gen. S. T., 12 Federal St.. N. S., Pittsburg. Pa. 

trin Plate Workera Protective Aaaociation of America, 
International John Lalor, Int. S., 162 14th St., 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

*tTip Printera, ItUemational Brotherhood of. T. J. 
Carolan, Int. S., 6 Plum St., Newark, N. J. 

*fTobacco Workera Intematumal Union. E. Lewie 
Evans, S. T., 50-53 American Bank Bkig., Third 
and Main Sts., Louisville, Ky. 

*iTravelera Oooda arid Leather Novelty Workera Inter- 
national Union of America. Murt Malone, 8. T., 
101 Boyd St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

*fTufmd and Subway Conatruetora International Union 
of North America. Michael Carraher, S. T.. 
150 Ei 125th St.. New York. N. Y. 

*Typographical Union, IrUenuUional. J. W. Hays. 
8. T.. 640-650 Newton Claypool Bldg., Indi- 
anapolis, Ind. 

*Upholeterera Intematumal Union of North America. 
James N. Hatch, Pres., 234 First Av., Long 
Island City. N. Y. 

*Weavera Amalgamated Aaaociation of the United 
Statee, Elaatic Goring. Alfred Haughton, Gen. 
S., 50 Cherry St., Brockton, Msss. 

Weavera, National Federation of Cloth, James White- 
head. 8. T., 1188 Globe Bldg., Fall River, Man. 

*Weavera Protective Aaaociation, American Wire. E. 
E. Desmond, 8. T., 468 Grove St., Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 

Women'a Trade Union League of America, NationoL 
Miss S. M. Franklin, 8. T., Room 001, Unity 
Bldg., 127 N. Dearbom St., Chicago, lU. 

Woolaortera and Oradera Aaaociation of the United 
Statea, Natumal. George H. Brear, Nat. 8.. 
1 Gamble PI., Lawrence, Mass. 



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II. State, District, and Trades Councils. 

In the following presentation i^pear the names of organisations composed of delegates from 
local trade unicms within a particular trade or group of trades, or a definite district not confined 
to a single locality. For convenience the various Railway Adjustment, Protective, and Grievance 
Committees have been separately grouped at the end of this division of the directory. In every 
case where the information could be obtained the following facts are given: 

Name of organization, time and place of next convention or conference, name and address 
of secretary or other officer acting as correspondent, and the name and address of business agent, 
if any. 



iauncon Pederaticn of Labor, Ma9$aehu9eU» 8taU 
Branch. Next convention at Boston, 3d Mon. 
in September, 1914; business office. Room 427, 
OU South Bldg., Boston, Tel., Fort HiU 1793; 
Edward S. Alden, Pres., 189 High St., Holyoke; 
Martin T. Joyce, 8. T., Room 427, Old -South 
BMg.. Boston. 

Baken Uniotu, Massaefnu^U State Branch of. Vari- 
ous cities by appointment; 2d Sun. in June and 
Dec.; Muidock N. McRae, S. and B. A., 28 
Florence St., Brockton; Tel. 2305 R. 

Barhen, Ma»aachu9etit State Council of, Boston, 
Aug. 30. 1914; William E. Doyle, S., 26 Fremont 
St., Worcester. 

BJadumitht and Helpers: Dietrict Council No, 8 (N.Y., 
N. H. & H. R. R.). 45 Eliot St., Boston; Mar., 
June, Sept., and Dec.; John Cavanaugh, S., 14 
Lydon St., Norwood. 

BlaektmUhe and Hdpere: Dietrict Council No. $0 
(B. 4 M. R.R.). 724 Washington St., Boston; 
lot Sun. in Mar., June, Sept., and Dec.; George 
H. Sawyer, Pres. and B. A., 5 Allison St., Con- 
cOTd,N.:ff. 

Boiler Maken, Iron Ship Builders, and Hdpere: Die- 
bid Lodge No. 54 (B. A M. R.R. System). Bos- 
ton; 2d Mon. in Feb. and 1st Mon. in Aug.; W. 
H. WeUs, Pres., 12 8. Main St., Concord, N. H.; 
R. P. AMrich, Dist. S. T., L. B., 435, Lyndonville, 
Vt. 

Boot and Shoe Workere, New England Organizing Con- 
ference of. Each shoe city in turn; 1st Sun.; 
Daniel E. Whelan, Pres., 91 N. Leydon St., 
Campello; Peter Casey, 8. T., Box 77, Randolph. 

Bricklavere, Maeone, and Plaeterere, Maeeachueette 
State Conference c/. New Bedford; 2d Mon. in 
Mar.. 1914; Michael O'Brien, 8., 293 Hampshire 
St.. Lawrence; Tel. 2967; D. J. Mahoney, B. A., 
61 Lexington St., Waltham. 

Carpenters and Joiners, Massachusetts State Council, 
United Brotherhood of. So. Framingham, Feb. 
16-19, 1914; John Hanigan, Pres., 20 Madison 
St, Worcester; Peter Provost, Jr., 8., 75 Bond 
St., Holyoke. 

CarpefUera, Berkshire County District Council of. 
Pittsfiekl or as voted; last Sun.; Charles H. Bell, 
Pres., 631 8. Main St., Great Barrington; 8. H. 
Cram. 8. T., 291 Ashland St., N. Adams. 

Carpenters District Council (N. E. Steam Railroads). 
By appointment; last 8un.; Arthur W. Walker, 
Pwe. and B. A., 170 Pleasant St., Norwood. 

Carpenter, Dietrict Council of Middlesex County. 8. 
of V. Hall, Stoneham; 2d and 4th Fri.; J. G. 
Cogin, B. A., 27 Glen Ct., Maiden; Tel. Maiden, 
1128 W. 



Carpenters Dietrict Council of Newton, Waltham, No- 
tick, Needham, and Vicinity. 251 Washington 
St., Newton; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Tel. 1862 M; 
E. McPherson, 8., Box 55, W. Newton; L. M. 
Johnson, B. A., 3 Cook St., Newton Highlands. 

Carpenters Dietrict Council of Norfolk County. Room 
9, Danforth Blk., Dedham; Ist and 3d Thurs.; 
Fred L. Rhoads, 8., Box 175, Walpole. 

Carpenters District Council of the South Shore. Car- 
penters Hall, Hingham; 1st and 3d Thurs.; Aus- 
tin McGaw. 8., Box 142. Cohasset; L. W. Beedle. 
B. A., 208 Allen St., E. Braintree. 

Carpenters, North Bristol District Courtcil of. Ma- 
sonic Bldg., Stoughton; Ist Sun.; F. O. Fowler. 
R. S., 155 Porter St., Stoughton; Benjamin 8. 
Bolles, B. A., Sharon. 

Carpenters, Northern Maesachusetts District Council of 
(Fitchburg, Leominster, and Athol). Cor. Main 
and Oliver Ste., Fitchburg; 2d and 4th Mon.; 
Frank B. Crucker, 8., Ross St., Fitchburg; Albert 
Lafreniere, B.A., 59 Tisdale 8t,.Leominster, Mass. 

Carpenters, North Shore District Council of. 71 Wash- 
ington St., Salem; 1st Tues.; Rufus P. Harlow, 
8., 26 Union Ct., Lynn; Michael O'Brien, 71 
Washington St., Salem. 

Carpenters of Eastern Massachusetts, Orand Council of. 
30 Hanover St., Boston; 3d Fri.; Elmer G. 
Walker, 8., 8 Gilford Ct., Salem. 

Carpenters, Southeastern Massachtuetts Distri^ Con- 
vention of. Masonic Bldg., New Bedford: 2d 
Sun.; Walter Pratt, 8., 461 N. Quinoy St., 
Brockton. 

Electrical Workers, New England District Council of. 
987 Washington St., Boston; Tel. Trem. 440; 2d 
Sun.; John T. Fennell, R. 8., 54 Parkman St., 
Dor. 

Engineers, Amalgamated Society of: Eastern District 
Committee. 987 Washington St., Boston; 2d 
Sat.; John E. Nolan, Pres., 44 Grampian Way, 
Dor.; John J. Kinlock, B. A., 49 Pleasant 8t., 
Lawrence. 

Hotel and Restaurant Employees International AUi- 
ance and Bartenders International League: New 
England Branch, New Bedford; Jan. 17, 1915; 
John J. Griffin, 8. T., 70 Adams 8t., Ljom. 

Knights of Labor: District Assembly No. SO (Incorpo- 
rated) . 228 Tremont St. , Boston ; Tel. Ox. 3797 ; 
2d and 4th Tues.; Thomas H. Canning, Dist. 
M. W.; P. J. McCarthy, Dist. 8. T. 

Knights of Labor: District Assembly No, SO (Original). 
376 W. Broadway, 8. B.; 2d and 4th Sun.; 
Patrick Croake, Dist. M. W., 606 Third St., 
S.Boston; Michael O'Meara. Dist. 8. T., 43 
Orleans St., E. Boston. 



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8Uto, Distrlet, 

Label ConSermce, New Bngland (Cigar Makers). 
Convention meets bi-annually; busineaa office, 
39 Portland St.. Boston; William Standoumbe, 
Pros., 87 Winthrop St., Medford; Tel. Medfotd 
773 M. 

La&tert Federation of SoutheaeUm MateaehueetU 
(B. A 8. W.). Last Sun.; Central Sq., Bridge- 
water; Royal F. Dano, R. S., 28 Qrove St., 
Brockton. 

Lathers, Maetachueettt State Council of Wood, Wire, 
and Metal. 987 Washington St., Boston; last 
Sun., Jan., Apr., May, June, July, Aug., Sept., 
and Oct.; Edward N. Kelley, S. T., 82 Merriam 
St., Som.; Tel. 327 R. 

Legal Protedite Federation. Room 627, 6 Beacon St., 
Boston; Henry Sterling, Pros., 81 Bristol Rd., 
W. Som.; Henry Abrahams, S., 11 Appleton St., 
Boston; E. Homer Marks, Treas. and Mgr. 

Loomfixtre Protective Alliance. By i^pointment; 
business office, 370 Bedford St., Fall River; Tel. 
1680; Thomas Taylor, S. T. 

Machiniete: Dielriet Lodge No. 19, International Atso- 
ciation of (Mass., R. I., and N. H.). Boston; 
quarterly; George B. Loring, S., 30 Worcester 
Sq., Boston; R. L. Hall, B. A., 35 Munroe St., 
Lynn; Tel. 4125. 

Machinieta: Dietrict Lodge No. 4$, International Aeeo- 
ciation of (B. A M. R.R.). Boston; Jan.; A. A. 
Famsworth. S. T., 60 Davis St., Keene, N. H.; 
Tel. 483 W. 

Maehinista: Dietrid Lodge No. 4-S, Intemationdl Aaeo' 
ciation of (Mass., N. Y., and Ct.). Boston, New 
Haven, and New York; 1st Sat. in Feb.. May, 
Aug., and Nov.; John C. Ready, S. T., 75 Or- 
chard St., New Haven, Ct. 

Metal Poliehere, Buffera, Platera, Braaa and Silver 
Workera International Union: New England Die- 
trict Council No. M. By appointment; Charles 
R. Atherton, Gen. S., Neave Bldg., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Moldera Uniona, Boaton and Vicinity Conference Board 
of. Room 410, 666 Washington St., Boston; 2d 
Sun.; Tel. Ox. 3161; William Griffin, S., 56 Wal- 
nut St., Waltham; William John, B. A., 666 
Washington St., Boston. 

Moldera Uniona, Connecticut Valley Conference Board 
of (Vt., Mass., and Ct.). Norwich. Ct.; 1st 
week in May; J. J. Kaveney, S., 128 Patton St.. 
Springfield; James A. Loveday, B. A., 103 Ann 
St., Hartford, Ct.; Tel. Charter 505. 

Moldera Uniona, Eaatem New Ertgland Conference 
Board of (Me., N. H.. Mass., and R. I.). Lowell; 
May 1-3, 1914; Charles E. Anderson, S. T., 28 
Bowden St., Lowell; Eugene L. Murphy, B. A., 
116 Winslow Av., Norwood; Tel. 359 M. 

Paintera, Decoratora, and Paperhangera: Berkahire Die- 
trict Council No. St. By appdntment;4th Sun.; 
Charles Murphy, S., 63 Chase Av., N. Adams; 
Joseph A. McDonough, B. A., 38 Gale Av.. 
Pittsfield; Tel. 1062 W. 

Paintera, Decoratora, and Paperhangera, Connecticut 
Valley Conference of. Successively with each 
affiliated local; 3d Sun.; F. W. Wensel, S. T., 
283 Elm St., Holyoke. 

Paintera, DeeoreUora, and Paperhangera, Maaaachu- 



•nd TradM Gouneilf. 



aetU North Share Diatriet Conference of. 71 
Washington St., Salem; Tues.; Alexander Tay- 
lor, C. S., 23 Federal St., Salem. 

Pcnntort, Deeoratora, and Paperhangora, Maaeachw' 
aetta State Conference of. By appointment; 2d 
Sun. in Jan. and July; A. L. T<amarah, Pna^ 
804 High St., Holyoke; P. H. Triggs. S., 218 
Walnut St., Springfield; Tel. 6500. 

Paintera, Decoratora, ar^d Paperhangera, Worceater 
County Conference of. By appointment; 1st 
Sun.; James E. Heffron. S. T., 20 Madison St., 
Worcester; Tel. Park 6821. 

Plumbera, Gaa Fittera, Steam FiUera, and Steam Fit- 
tera* Helpera, Mcuaachuaetta State Aaaociation of 
the United Aaaoeialion of. Last Sat. in Jan. and 
July; next convention, Gloucester, July, 1914; 
Albert R. Gardner, Pres., 152 Foster St., Brock- 
ton; F. D. McCarthy, S. T., 2 Harris St., Maiden. 

Retail Clerka International Protective Aaaodation: 
New England Dialrict Organization No. t. 
Qmncy House. Boston; 2d Mon. in Jan.; C. W. 
Marshall, S. T., 113 Green St., Brockton. 

Sheet Metal Workera, MaaaachuaetU Diatrict ComncU 
of. Worcester; 1st Sun. in each quarter; Ed- 
ward F. X. McCarthy, S. T., 9 Appleton St., 
Boston. 

Stationary Firemen, International Brotherhood of: 
State Dialrict Union No. 1. By appointment; 
3d Mon. in July; Michael J. Haggerty, Pres^ 
60 Tremont St., Lawrence; John W. Downing, 
S. T., 4 W. Eleventh St., Lowell. 

Steam and Operating Engineera, Mtxaaachtuetta State 
Branch of. 995 Washington St., Boston; semi- 
annual conventions by iH;>pointment; 2d Sun. 
in Jime and Dec.; monthly meetings, 996 Wash- 
ington St.; Ust Sun.; Thomas B. Constant, Pres., 
114 Bennington St., E. Boston; Albra W. Her- 
some, S., Box 13, Wamesit. 

Typographical Union, New England. By appoint- 
ment; 1st Mon. in Jime; Edward M. Martin, 
Pres., 308 Belgrade Av., Roslindale; John F. 
Murphy, S. T., Box 712, Providence, R. I. 

Railway Adjubtmbxit, Protbctivb, and Gsisvakcs 
CoimrTTBBs. 

Car Workera: Boaton and Maine Syatem Council. 
Quincy House. Boston; 2d Sat.; T. H. Condon, 
Pres. and B. A., 15 Boardman St., Salem; TeL 
1871 M; J. H. Dwyer, S., 216 Medford St. 
Somerville. 

Car Workera, Eaatem Federation of. By appoint- 
ment, semi-annually; T. H. Condon, Pres. and 
B. A., 16 Boardman St., Salem; Tel. 1871 M; 
P. J. English, S. T., 76 Leete St., West Haven. 
Ct. 

Car Workera, New York, New Haven, arid Hartford 
Syatem Council. New Haven, Ct.; 2d Sun., alt. 
month; M. H. Dickinson, Pres. and B. A., 35 
Rosette St., New Haven, Ct. 

Car Workera Tradea Council of the New York, New 
Haven, and Hartford Syatem. C^onunercial 
House, New Haven, Ct.; 1st Sat. in Jan.; special 
meetings by appointment; Frank Gannon, Pres. 
and B. A., 112 Union Av., West Haven, Ct. 



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Steto, Dlitriet, 

Ftdented Tradf, Counctl c/ (N. Y., N. H. 4c H. R.R.). 
Boston and N«w HftTen, Ct., alternately; when 
edled; Richard Greenwood, 8. T., 31 Woodlawn 
At., Mai. 

Locomotit€ BitgiHMn: Otnerai CommitU$ cf Adjtut' 
maaCB.AA.R.R.). Odd FeUows HaU. Allaton; 
2d and 4th Son.; F. J. Otterson, Ch., 49 Prairie 
At., Anbomdale; C. A. Snow, 8., 10 Wards- 
worth St., Allaton. 

LoeowtoHv Bngineert: Omwral Cotnmittm of Adjuttr 
mmi (B. 4c M. R.R.). 164 Canal St., Boston; 
TeL Hay, 22045; 2d and 4th Sun.; C. K. Mitchell» 
Gen. Ch., 5 Benton St., Stoneham; C. B. Galle- 
her. S., 164 Canal St., Boston. 

LocomatiM Sngineerg: General Committee of Adjuel- 
wieiU (N. Y.. N. H. & H. R.R.). Buainess office. 
Room 18. Poli Bldg., New HaTen. Ct.; Tel. 
144a-6; at call of Gen. Ch.; F. 8. ETans. Gen. 
Ch., 96 Winter St., Norwood;. L. L. Mitchell, 
S. T., 11 Harrison At., TauntSti. 

LocomoUte Engineere: Maeeachueetta State LegielaHve 
Board. Boston; at call of Ch.; H. H. Wilson, 
Ch., 82 Bailey St., Lawrence; Theodore B. 
Wardwell, S. T., 11| Hammond St., Worcester; 
Td- Park 6726 W. 

LocomoUte Firemen and Bnginemen, Joint Protective 
Board of (N. Y., N. H. & H. R.R.). Either at 
Boston, or New HaTen, Ct.; Ist Mon. in Feb.; 
H. M. Walker, Ch., 82 Whitfield St.. Dor.; F. 
S. Mahler, S., 277 Bel^jade At., Roslindale. 

•Votn^enanee of Way Employ eee. Joint Protective Board 
of (B. & M. System). 71 Washington St., 
Salem; 2d Sun.; J. Mahoney. Pres., 5 Dodge 
St., Maiden; F. J. Hanrey, Treas., 3 Park St., 
Amesbury. 

Railroad Station EmfHoyeee^ Brotherhood of: General 
Board of AdjustmerU (B. k, M. R.R.). Quinoy 
House, Boston; at call of Ch.; P. J. Coyle, Gen. 
Ch., 46 Holland Bldg., 27 Haymarket Sq., Bos- 
ton; Tel Hay. 4218; Hiram Leet, S., 50 C St., 
Lowell. 

Railroad Telegraphert, General Committee of Adjust- 
ment (N. Y., N. H. 4c H. R.R.). By appoint- 
ment; on call of Ch.; Leonard J. Ross, Gen. Ch., 
15 Sprague St., Proridenoe, R. I.; M. W. Handy, 
S., Box 885, New HaTen, Ct. 

^iilroad Trainmen: General Grievance Committee, 
Boston and Maine Railroad. Business office, 
701 Wmthrop Bldg., Boston; Tel. Fort Hill 
1917; J. P. MacArdle, Gen. S., 6 North Ter., 
Worcester. 



ftnd TradM GouneiU. 



Railroad Trainmen: General Grievance Committee, 
Boeton and Albany Railroad. Boston; call of 
Ch.; H. 8. Stiles, Ch., 53 Fremont At., Erer- 
ett; M. N. Doyle, Gen. 8., 334 Millbury St., 
Worcester. 

Railroad Trainmen: General Grieeanee Committee, 
Boeton, Revere Beach, and Lynn Railroad. Mish- 
awum Hall, 11 City Sq., Charlestown; 1st Sun. 
and 3d Thurs.; Elbridge F. Smith, Ch., 240 
Bowdoin St., Winthrop; J. J. McCarthy. 8., 75 
Walden St., Winthrop. 

RaUroad Trainmen: General Grievance Committee, 
Central Vermont Railroad. L. Moore, S., 18 
Hoyt St., St. Albans, Vt. 

Railroad Trainmen: General Grievance Committee, 
New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad, 
J. W. Fridenburg, S., 39 Prout St., New HaTen, 
Ct. 

Railroad Trainmen: State Legislative Board. By ap- 
pmntment; CTery third year; W. L. McMenimen, 
Ch., New Braintree, Mass.; T. C. O'Brien, Sec., 
Room 801. Tremont Bldg., Boston. 

Railway Clerks, Brotherhood of: Boston arid Maine 
System Board of AdjiistmerU. Quincy House, 
Boston; quarterly, on call of Exec. Com.; D. C. 
Woodill, Ch., Melrose; J. L. Johnson, S. T., 14 
StCTens St., Lawrence. 

Railway Gierke, Brotherhood of: Eaetem Federation of 
the Boards of. H. L. Plummer, S., 303 Brackett 
St., Portland, Me. 

Railway Conductore: Adjustment Committee (N. Y., 
N. H. <& H. R.R.) . By appointment; bi-annually, 
on call of Ch.; C. 8. Brigham, Gen. Ch., 721 
Main St., Hartford. Ct.; C. W. Merrill. 8., 29 
ETergreen St., Roxbury. 

Railioay Conductors: General Adjustment Committee 
(B. 4c A. R.R.). United States Hotel. Boston; 
on call of Ch.; M. F. Walsh, Ch.. 26 FairTiew 
At., W. Springfield; Charles M. Hasland, 8., 
45 Crescent At., Dorchester. 

Railtcay Conductore: General Board of Adjustment 
(B. 4c M. R.R.). Quincy House, Boston; bi- 
annually, STen years, 1st week in Jan.; T. J. 
Halloran, Ch.; Carl E. Taylor, 8., WoodsTille, 
N.H. 

Street Railway Employees: Joint Conference of Bay 
State. 724 Washington St., Boston; 1st Mon. 
in Jan., Apr.. July, and Oct.; Fred Crowley, 
Pres., 1007 LakcTiew At., Lowell; Charles A. 
Shea. 8., 8. GroTcIand. 



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III. Central Labor Unions and Councils. 

The following list includes those local delegate organisations, such as central labor unions 
and trades councils, which are purely representative bodies composed of delegates from their 
respective aflUiated local unions. In every case where the information could be obtained the 
following facts are given for each organisation: Name of organization, business ofiSce (where dif- 
ferent from place of meeting), and telephone number, place of meeting, time of meeting, name 
and address of secretary and of business agent. Where no special address is given for either sec- 
retary or business agent he may be addressed at the place of meeting. 



Athol. 

CetUral Labor Union. C. L. U. Hall, 50 Exchange 
St.; let and 3d Tues.; Eugene W. Sargent. F. S., 
18 Prospect St. 

BOSTOM. ' 

(For abbreviations under Boston, see note at foot 
of page 17.) 

A Hied Printing Trades Council. 606 Old South Bldg. ; 
Tel. Fort Hill 1600; 1st Mon.; Daniel J. Sullivan, 
Pres.; Daniel J. McDonald, S. 

Bakere Unione, Joint BxectUive Board of. 1125 
Washington St.; Tel. Trem. 2452 R; Thurs.; 
Ernest Lens, S., 74 Day St., Rox. 

Blacktmitha Dietrict Council No. S5 (Boston and 
Vicinity). 45 Eliot St.; Edward J. Ryan, S. T.; 
George M. Quntner, B. A. 

Brewery Workere Joint Local Executive Board. 1117 
Ck>l\imbui Av., Rox.; Tel. Rox. 1078; Ist and 
3d Wed.; Edmond F. Ward, Ch. 

Bricklayers, Maeona, and Plaaterera, Joint Executive 
Committee of (Boston and Vicinity). 386 Harri- 
son At.; on call; James O'Kane, Pres., 75 Clapp 
St.; Charles A. Dames, S. 

Building Tradee Council. .Business office, 386 Harri- 
son Av.; Tel. Trem. 491; 2d and 4th Fri.; Austin 
Fales. Pros.; Arthur M. Huddell, B. A. 

Carpenters District Council of Boston and Vicinity 
(United Brotherhood). 30 Hanover St.; Tel. 
Hay 1365; 1st and 3d Thurs.; WUUam H. Walsh, 
Pros., 178 Washington St., Brookline; A. J. 
Howlett, B. A. 

CerUral Labor Union. 987 Washington St.; 1st and 
3d Sun.; William Kobs, Pres., 987 Washington 
St.; Henry Abrahams, S., 11 Appleton St.; Tel. 
Trem. 612; G. Harry Dunderdale. Asst. S., 8 
Kneeland St. 

City Employees Unions, Joint Council of. Business 
office. 140 London St.. E. B.; Tel. 21590 E. B.; 
meeto in Vernon Hall, 1208 Tremont St.; 3d 
Wed.; James E. Phelan. Pres., 572 Hyde Park 
Av., Ros.; Timothy W. Kelly, S. and B. A., 
140 London St., E. B. 

Cloak, Skirt, and Waist Makers, Joint Board of. 
Business office, 230 Tremont St.; Tel. Ox. 1920; 
meets at 8 Levering PI.; Thurs.; William Shaw- 
mut. S.. 65 Maiden St., Everett; I. M. Lapidus, 
B. Mgr., 230 Tremont St. 

Freight Handlers, Joint Council of Railroad. 987 
Washington St.; 2d Tues.; Alexander Ryan, 8., 
17 Crawford St., Malden. 

Fumiture Trades Council. 53 Hanover St. ; Tel. Hay. 
2397 M; on call; Edwin E. Graves, S. 



B08T0H — Con. 

Garment Workers District Council No. 9. 724 Wash- 
ington St.; Tel. Ox. 454; 1st and 3d Wed.; Ralph 
Decunto, S.; Samuel Zom, B. Mgr. 

Garment Workers Joint Executive Board. 724 Wash- 
ington St.; Sat.; Tel. Ox. 454; Samuel Zom, B. 
Mgr.; Ralph Decunto, B. A., and Paul Urbsho, 
B.A. fc 

Hotel ar^d Restaurant Employees International AQi- 
ance and Bartenders International League: Joint 
Executive Board. 63 Shawmut Av.; 2d and 4th 
Fri.; Tel. Trem. 2103 J; John J. Kearney. 8.. 
63 Shawmut Av. 

Longshoremen's District Courtcil. Stetson Hall. Han- 
over and Blackstone Sts.; 1st Sun.; George W. 
Brady. S. T., 24 Harris St. 

Metal Trades Council of Boston and Vicinity. 694 
Washington St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Frank TuUy. 
Pres., 7 Fenwood Rd., Rox.; Thomas MoCabe. 
S. T., 276 Eustis St., Rox. 

Metal Trades Department: Charlestown Council (Navy 
Yard) . 66 Main St., Chasn; 2d and 4th Thun.: 
Thomas J. Savage, Pres., 1 Herbert St., Everett; 
Walter H. Brown, S., 136 Proctor Av., Revere. 

Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers District Coun- 
cil No. 41 of Boston. 12 Kneeland St.; Thurs.: 
Tel. Ox. 1173; John A. Buckley, S., 12 Kneeland 
St.; John F. Welch, B. A., and J. A. Boudrot. 
B.A. 

Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Steam Fitters, and Steam Fit- 
ters* Helpers: District Council of Boston and Vicin- 
ity. 987 Washington St.; 1st Sat.; John J. 
Cummings, Pres., 104 Greenwood St., Dor.; 
Joseph P. Curry, S. T., 447 Summer St., W. Lynn. 

Teamsters, Joint Council of. Business office, 31 
Thacher St.; Tel. Rich. 1951 M; meeU at 995 
Washington St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; E. 8. Me- 
hagen, Pres., 39 Essex St., Chasn.; Michael J. 
O'Donnell, B. A., 81 Thacher St. 

Union Label Section: Boston Central Labor Union. 
987 Washington St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Austin P. 
Kaveney. R S. 

Upholsterers District 'Council. 53 Hanover St.; 2d 
and 4th Mon.; Tel. Hay. 2397 M; A. J. MoKen- 
sie, Pres., Montrose St., Wakefield; Edwin E. 
Graves, S. and B. A. 

Women's Trade Union League. 7 Warrenton St.; 
2d Wed.; Tel. Ox. 682; Miss Mabel Gillespie. 
Exec. S. 

Bridge-water. 
Central Labor Union. Elwell Blk.; 1st Thurs.; Royal 
F. Dane, S.; James Murphy, B. A., Box 142. 



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Centnl L«bor Unlom Mid Oonnolb. 
BEOCKTOM. 



AtUei PrinHng Tradet Council, BuBinefla office, 16 
JodyoB CU; meeting pUtoe, wliere appointed; 8d 
Thnre.; W. W. Adame, S, T. 

BvUdimg Tradn CauneiL Bnanees office and meei- 
inc place, 126 Main St., Room 26; Fri.; Tel. 3460; 
Georse L. Kickeraon, R. S., 113 Hontincton St.; 
Frank Q. Kittredoe, B. A., 38 Walnut St. 

Central Labor Union, Eagle Hall, Centre St.; 2d 
tod 4th Wed.; George E. Minsey, F. S., 12 Har- 
vard St. 

Joint Sko€ Council No, 1 (B. A 6. W.). BnslneM 
office, 52 Centre St.; TeL 79 or 2818; meets at 
57 Centra St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Michael J. Co- 
han, S. and B. A. 

Ttttmtten, Joint Council of. (Brockton and vicin- 
ity). BnaineM office, 138 Court St.; Tel. 3396 
W; meets at Teamsters Hall, 140 Court St.; 4th 
TocB.; Charles Cooper, S., 14 Cypher St.; Louis 
W. Peloquine, B. A., 138 Court St. 

CAMBBmaB. 

Centra] Labor Union. Business office, 235 Upland 
Rd.; TeL 508; meets at 631 MassaohusetU Av.; 
Ist and 3d Thurs.; Michael D. Collins, R. S., 
235 Upland Rd. 

CHBL8BA. 

Central £o6or Union. 220 Broadway; Tel. Chelsea 
454-4; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Joseph Z. Greenman, 
8., 6 Ellsworth St. 

CmOOPBB. 

Central Labor Union, Hibernian Hall. 112 Exchange 
St.; 3d Sun.; M. A. Morrisey, S., 39 School St. 

FALL BI7BB. 

Carpenter* Dittriet Council 16 Hartwell St.; Fri.; J. 

H. Richards, S.; Joseph Perron, B. A., 24 Reney 

St. 
Central Labor Union, Spinners Hall, Second St.; 

1st and 3d Thurs.; John H. Carroll, Pres., 18 

Park St.; John W. Lambert, S., 64 Teoumseh St. 
TntiU Council Business office. 370 Bedford St.; 

Tel 1580; meets in Weavers Bldg., 138 Pleasant 

St.; 3d Wed.; James Tansey, Pres.; Thomas 

Taylor. S. and B. A. 

FITCHBUBO. 

Central Labor Union (Fitchburg and Leominster). 
F. A. C. Bldg., Wallace Av.; Ist and 3d Wed.; 
Leon Manierre, Pres.; Patrick J. Conry, R. S., 
31 Ward St. 

Fnuiiixiglukiii. 

Central Labor Union, Busineas office, Howard St.; 
Tel. 429 J; meets in C. L. U. HaU; 1st and 3d 
Wed.; Edward L. Hand. Pres., 16 Eames St.; 
WiDiun E. Cotter, S. and B. A., 12 D St. 

OLOUCB8TBB. 

Ceiifrd Labor Union, Business office. 14 Short St.; 
meets in Teamsters Hall; 2d and 4th Mon.; J. 
Levis Urquhart, R. 8. and B. A., 14 Short St. 



HATBBHILL. 



Central Labor Union. 2 Gilman PI.; Tel. 1433; 2d 

and 4th Mon.; John MaodougaU, S., 2 Gilman 

PI. 
Joint Shoe Cowtcil No. 8 (B. A S. W.). 2 Gilman 

PI.; Tel. 2399; Fri.; Warren F. Goldthwaite, 
S.T. 
Shoe Worker* Proteetiee Union (Central Council) 163 

Merrimack St.; Tel. 2315; S. J. Pothier, S.; 

T. F. Bowen, B. A. 

HOLTOKB. 

Building Tradee Council. Business office, 75 Bond 
St.; Tel. 705; meeU, 437 High St.; Fri.; P. Pro- 
vost, Jr., S.. 75 Bond St.; John Cronin, Si)ecial 
Deputy, 437 High St. 

Carpentere Dittriet Council of Hotyoke, Weelfield, and 
Vicinity, 437 High St.; Tel. 705; 2d and 4th 
Wed.; George Lane. S., 146 Sergeant St.; John 
Cronin, B. A. 

Central Labor Union. 437 High St. ; 2d and 4th Sun. ; 
Urban Fleming, Pres.; J. P. Bleasiua. C. 8., 34 
Hitchcock St. 



LAWBBMOB. 

AUied Printing Tradee Council (Lawrence, Haverhill 
and Lowell). Business office, 68 Newbury St.; 
Tel. 3488 M; meeU at Essex House; 2d Fri. of 
Jan., Apr., July, and Oct.; James Kent, Pres., 
99 Steams Av.; Thomas Hay, S. T., 68 Newbury 
St. 

Building Tradee Co%tncil 184 Broadway: Tel. 2713; 
2d and 4th Wed.; G. W. Ramsden, S., 2 Willow 
St. 

Carpentere Dietriet Council, 253 Lowell St.; Tel. 
2713; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Joseph LabeUe. S., 8 
Broadway Av.; Alexander B. Grady, B. A. 

Central Labor Union, 184 Broadway; Tel. 2970; 
2d Wed. and 4th Sun.; Edward Hayes. Pres., 
66 Bromfield St.; Rudolph E. Bernard, S., 391 
Lowell St. 



LOWBLL. 

AUied Printing Tradee Council. Runels Bldg., Merri- 
mack Sq.; 2d Fri.; John V. Donoghue. S. T. and 
B. A., 4 Haseltine St. 

Carpentere Dietriet Council. Runels Bldg., Merri- 
mack Sq.; Tel. 2403; 2d and 4th Thurs.; B. B. 
Golding, S., 29 Fulton St.; Michael A. Lee. B. A., 
74 Fourth St. ^ 

TexHle Council 32 Middle St.; on call of Pres.; 
Thomas J. Reagan, Pres., 20 Brookins St.; Jo- 
seph F. Ashton. S., 22 Middle St. 

Tradee and Labor Council 32 Middle St.; let and 
3d Thurs.; Tel. 1715; Charles E. Anderson, S., 
28 Bowden St. 

LTBN. 

Building Tradee Department of Lynn. 62 Munroe 
St.; Tel. 2176; Ist and 3d Fri.; Leonard G. New- 
man. S., 55 Prospect St.; Fred Kealey, B. A., 62 
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Central Labor Uniona and Oounolla. 



LYNH — Con. 
Carpeniera Dittrict Council. 62 Munroe St.; 1st and 

3d Tues.; Tel. 2175; Leonard Q. Newman, R. S., 

66 Proq>eot St.; A. W. Clark, B. A. 
Central Labor Union. Donoghue Bldg., Munroe St. 

and Central Av.; 2d and 4th Sun.; William A. 

Nealey. Pros., 35 Munroe St.; George White, S., 

35 Munroe St. 
Joint Shoe Council No. 1 (U. S. W.). 10 Central Sq.; 

Tel. 3675; 2d and 4th Fri.; John F. Madden, 

Pres., 10 Central Sq.; C. O. Whidden, S. 
Joint Shoe Council No. 4 (B. & S. W.). 61 Exchange 

St.; Tel. 251; 2d Tues.; John D. Dullea, S. and 

B. A., Box 532. 

MALDBH. 

Central Labor Union. 56 Pleasant St.; 2d and 4th 
Thurs.; John J. Lucey, R. S., 238 Charles St. 

BCABLBOBOUOH. 

Central Labor Union. Burkes Bldg.; last Wed.; 
James Cavenaugh, S., Maplewood Av. 

Middleborongh. 
Central Labor. Union. Robinson's Hall; 2d Wed.; 
L. D. Churbuok. S., 2 High St. 

MUford. 

Central Labor Union. Scott's Blk., 101 Main St.; 
2d and 4th Wed.; Joseph Jiskra, F. S., Box 162. 

Montague. 

Central Labor Union (Millers Falls) . Redmen's Hall ; 
Daniel A. Bane, R. and C. S., Millers Falls; 
Thomas Bernard. B. A., Millers Falls. 

Natick. 

Central Labor Union. Winch Blk., Main St.; Fri.; 
£. H. Pratt, S., 6 Harvard St. 

NEW BEDFORD. 

Building Trades Council. 384 Aoushnet Av.; FrL; 

R. W. Carr, S.. 113 Grape St.; William Nelson, 

B. A., 728 Kempton St. 
Carpenter 9 Dietrict Council. 39 Masonic Bldg.; Tel. 

398-4; Thurs.; D. A. Houle. S., 150 Talmen St.; 

William Nelson. B. A., 728 Kempton St. 
Central Labor Union. Labor Temple, 138 Pleasant 

St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Henry S. Davis, S., 135 
, Thompson St. 
Textile Council. Business office. 50| Pleasant St.; 

meets, 62i Purchase St.; 2d Mon.; John Hobin, 

S., 598 Pleasant St.; Walter EUinson, B, A., 58 

Bonney St. 

NOETH ADAMS. 

Central Labor Union. Dowlin Blk., Main St.; 2d 

and 4th Thurs.; E. R. Stein, S., 15 Highland Av. 
Joint Shoe Council No. £1 . Business office, 184 Eagle 

St.; Tel. 979 X; meets. Dowlin Blk., Main St.; 

1st and 3d Thurs.; Charles J. Hager, S. T., 184 

Eagle St. 



NOBTHAMFTON. 

Central Labor Union. Board of Trade Rooms, 59 
Main St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Thomas S. Chaia- 
son. R. S., 74 Hawley St. 

Norwood. 
Central Labor Union (Norfolk County). A. O. U. W. 
HaU, Norwood; Albert A. Fickett, R. S.. 200 
Vernon St. 

PITT8TIELD. 

Allied Printing Tradee Council 124 North St.; Ist 

Mon.; John C. Nash, S. and B. A., Box 34. Far- 

nams, Mass. 
Buildirtg Tradee Council. 311 North St.; 1st and 3d 

Wed.; Joseph A. MoDonough, S., 21 Atwood Av. 
Central Labor Union. 19 Fenn St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 

J. J. Hamilton, S., 269 Francis Av. 

Plymouth. 
Central Labor Union. Leon D. Badger, S., 2 Lewis 
St. 

QUINCT. 

Building Tradee Council. Business office, 205 Wash- 
ington St.; TeL 1772 M; meets, Keatings Hall; 
FrL; John A. Singler, R. S., 33 Elm St.; Fred 
H. Lord, B. A. 

Central Labor Union, Wilson Hall. 1453 Hancock 
St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Neil MacPhaii, R. S., 
260 Bridge St, N. Weymouth. 

Bockland. 

Central Labor. Union. B. Sc S. W. Hall, Union St.; 
1st and 3d Mon.; Patrick C{4>lice, R. 8., 109 
Reed St. 

SALEM. 

Building Tradee Council, North Shore. 71 Washings 
ton St.; Tel. 1064 W; Fri.; Fred Williams, S., 
13 Williams St.; Daniel Guthrie, B. A., 1 Her- 
sey St. 

Central Labor Union. 71 Washington St.; let Sun. 
and 3d Mon.; Norman J. Montgomery, R. and 
C. S., 9 Bowditch St., Peabody. 

80BISBVILLE. 

Central Labor Union. Business office. 31 Chandler 
St.; Tel. 1038; meeto in HiU Bldg.. Union Sq.; 
1st and 3d Fri.; Andrew H. Crispin, R. S., 31 
Chandler St. 



Sonthbridge. 

Central Labor Union. Louis N. 
Marcy St. Extension. 



Langevin, Pres., 



SPRXNOriELD. 

Allied Printing Tradee Council. 19 Sanford St.; 3d 
Sun.; Arthur F. Benoit, Pres., East Longmeadow; 
Charles P. KimbaU, S., 121 College St. 



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BPmorOIPIILD - Con. 
Bcfart J9ml Ex^cuUm Board. 19 Sanf ord St. , Spring- 

field; lit and 3d Sat.; Thomas C. Kirk, Pres.. 

85 Lebanon St.; R. MenMll, S. and B. A., Pine 

Ct.. KneSt. 
BmUmg Tradf Seetion: Building Trader Depart' 

maU, A. F, etf L. 19 Sanfoid St.; Tel. 1435; let 

end 3d Tuee.; M. Joeeph Scanlan, S. T., 14 Lyn- 

deleSt. 
C&rpeattn Distrid Council of Springfield and Vicinity. 

19 Sanf ord St.; Tel. 1435; Mon.; E C. Bennett. 

6.. 227 New Bridge St., W. Sfmncfield; W. J. 

LaFrancis, B. A., 6 Geraldine Gt. 
Ceniral Labor Union. 19 Sanfoid St.; TeL 1435; lot 

Son.; George H. Wrenn, Pree.. 421 Maple St.; 

Daniel E. McGarthy. R. S.. 73 Dawes St. 
Union Labor Council 19 Sanf ord St.; Tel. 1435; let 

and 3d Tues.; Lester I. Dygert, S., P. O. Box 1. 

TAUHTON. 

Central Labor Union. 19 Broadway; Ist and 8d 
Tubs.; &Qest P. Campbell, S., 32 Clinton St. 

Carponiere District CouneiL Jones Blk., Broadway; 
Mon.; E. F. Woodward, 8., 95 Bay St. 

Wastflald. 
Building Tradee Council (Branch of Holyoke Build- 
ing Trades Coundl). G. L. U. HaU, 112 Elm 



W«tfltld-Con. 
St.; l8t and 3d Thurs.; Everett L. Dickinson, 
R. S., 20 Arnold St.; John Gronin, B. A., 437 
High St., Holyoke. 
Central Labor Union, C. L. U. Hall, 112 Elm St; 
4th Thurs.; Michael J. Ferriter, G. and R. S., 
42 Holland At.; S. J. T. WaU, B. A., Box 102. 

Whitmaa. 
Joint Shoe Council No. 11. Jenkins Blk., 691 Wash- 
ington St.; Ist and 3d Wed.; Charles E. Lowell, 
S. T., Box 834. Sta. A. 



WOBCB8TEB. 

Allied Printing Tradee Council. 20 Madison St.; 
Tel. Park 6821; 3d Sun.; William H. Sullivan, 
S. and B. A.. 17 Lagrange St. 

Building Tradee Council 20 Madison St.; Tel. Park 
6821; 2d and 4th Wed.; Daniel S. Curtis, Pres., 
20 Madison St.; John A. McDonald, S., 4 New- 
bury St. 

Carpentere Dietrict Council 20 Madison St.; Tel. 
Park 6821; Mon.; A. J. Sanquinet, R. S., 74 PU- 
grim Way; D. S. Curtis, B. A. 

Central Labor Union. 20 Madison St.; Tel. Park 
7549 M; 1st and 3d Wed.; William Haskins, Pres., 
Box 485; George H. Miller, R. 8.. Box 485. 



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IV. Local Trade Unions. 

In the following presentation appear the names of the local trade unions arranged alphabeti- 
cally by cities and towns. Most of the local unions are affiliated with national federations, but 
a few are entirely independent of any other labor organisation. The names of the central labor 
xmions and councils are given in Division III. of the directory immediately preceding this divi- 
sion. In every case where the information could be obtained the following facts are given for 
each union: Name of union, place of meeting, time of meeting, name and address of secretary, 
name and address of business agent, or, lacking these addresses, the name or address of some 
other officer authorized to conduct correspondence for the local. Where a special address is not 
given for a business agent or secretary, he may be addressed at the place of meeting. 



Abington. 

Bod and Shoe Worker$ No. S71 (Mixed). Cleveily 
Hall, 402 North Av.. N. Abington; let and 3d 
Thure.; William P. Mackey, S. and B. A., 
Box 205. N. Abington. 



Barber$ No. 960. 15 Park St.; Thun.; Jamee 

Irwin. 8., Barrett Hotel; W. J. Lacy, B.A. 
Bartendert No. $9t. Greylock Blk.; let Sun.; 

James Kiley, S.. Greylock House. 
Beamtrt and Taper$ No. 676. Caledonian Hall, 

Ck>lumbia St.; last Tues.; Richard E. Adam, 

R. S.. Upton St. 
CarperUert No. 395. Carpenters Hall, Center St. 

Tues.; P. J. O'Hagerty, R. S.. 37 Melrose St. 
Loomfixert No. i8t. Herman Hall. Spring St. 

Ist and 3d Fri.; John Royal, BJl. and T., 

Richmond St. 
MuU Spinner$ (Cotton). Collins Bldg.; 2d Tues. 

Henry Reid, S.. 10 Richmond St. 
TTfatsrt No. 4 (Polish). Polish Weavers Hall; 

1st Mon.; Charles S. Krol. S.. 15 Hilbert St 

Andrew Godek. B. A., 15 Hilbert St. 
WeavfTt No. 679 (Renfrew Mills). Caledonian 

Hall, CTolumbiaSt.; 2dThurs.; William Golden, 

S., 6 Fredericks Lane. 

Amesbury. 

Hat Finikhere AuociaHon No. 5, V. S. Wool. K. 

of C. Hall. Friend St.; Ist Wed.; John J. 

Flanagan, R. and F. S.. 96 Aubin St. 
Meial Polishers, Buffers, and Platers No. 47. Damon 

Hall, Elm St.; 1st Fri.; Robert Starke. F. S.. 

11 Madison St. 
Retail Clerks Association. Y. M. C. A. Bldg.; on 

call; Roy Lane, F. S., 10 Highland St. 

Amherst. 

Carpenters No. 1503. K. of C. Hall. Main St.; 
2d and 4th Fri.; George A. Parents, R. S., 
Box 485; E. W. Jenks. B. A. 

AndoTar. 

Carpenters No. 1298. Garfield Hall. Elm Sq.; 

Ist Wed.; Roscoe K. C^le, R. S., 115 Elm St. 
Flax Dressers No. 854. Peter O'Hare, Pree., 2 

Brechlin Ter. 



Arlington. 
Carpenters No. 831. Crescent Hall, Arlingtoa 

Heighto; 1st and 3d Thurs.; W C. Babor. 

R. S.. 205 Forest St.; John Q. Ck)gill. B. A.. 

27 Glen Ct.. Maiden. 
Laborers Protective No. 14393. Hibernian Hall. 

C^hestnut St.; last Fri.; Frank M. Bums, C. S.. 

4 Dudley Ct. 

MachinisU No. 90. Fairbanks Hall, Main St.; 

2d and 4th Thurs.; George F. Willard, R. S.; 

John R. Briggs. B. A. 
Metal Poliehers No. 74- 89 Main St.: 1st Wed.; 

Homer L. Fortier. S.. Ashbumham. Mass. 



Athol. 



last Tues.: 



Barbers No. 693, 39 Exchange St.; 

John L. Moushure. S. and B. A. 
Bmrter^ders No. 87. 39 Exchange St.; 1st Sun.; 

Otto Lang. S.. 489 Exchange St. 
Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers No. 66. 30 

Exchange St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; Charles H. 

Smith. S.. 598 Hapgood St. 
Carpenters No. 1069. C. L. U. Hall, 39 Ezchanfs 

St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; A. L. TwicheU, R. S.. 

150 Prospect St.; Albert Lafreniere, acting 

B. A., 59 Tisdale St., Leominster, Mass. 
MachinisU: Athol Lodge No. 760. C. L. U. HsU, 

39 Exchange St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; R. H. Good- 
win. R. S.. 60 Silver Lake St. 
Metal Polishers, Buffers, and Platers No. 118. C 

L. U. Hall, 39 Exchange St.; last Mon.; Johs 

B. HiU. R. S.. South St. 
Mueicians Protective No. 987. Starrett's Band HsU 

96 Exchange St.; 1st Sun.; Frank E. Weaver. 

S. and B. A.. 407 Pequoig Av 
Painters No. 779. C. L. U. Hall. 39 Exchanfl* 

St.; Ist and 3d Wed.; B. J. Aldrich, R. S^ 

63 Silver Lake St. 
Retail Clerks No. 666. Hayden's Restaurant; o« 

call; Louis E. Fisette, S. and B. A., 41 SUraf 

Lake St. 
Typographieal No. 687. (See Greenfield.) 

Attleborough. 

Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers No. 96. Labol 
Temple, Bank St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Charial 
H. Stafford, C. S., 276 Gak Hill Av., R. F. a 
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Atttdborougli — Con. 
Ctrpmlen No. 1464. Union Hall, oor. Bank and 

Park Sta.; 1st and 3d Tuas.; John Turner, 8., 

Box 100. 
PdmUn, Doeoraiont ond Paperhano^t No. 4^1. 

Carpenten Hall, oor. Bank and Park Sta.; £. 

J. Millian, F. 8., 12 Pembroke Av. 
FhwiAerf and SUmmjUUrt No. MS9. Union Hall. 

oor. Bank and Park Sta.; 2d and 4th Men.; 

WiDiapi Tt^tMimli, 8. 
8ind and BUttrie Roihoon Smployooo No. tt (Inters 

sute Railway Co.). Carpenters Union Hall, 

Bank St.; ad Thurs.; Arthur Domoniqua, 

B. A.. Room 22S Bronaon Bldg . 

Auburn. 

Bvi»$dU Worken (Ettrick Mills). Socialist Hall, 
274 Main St., Worcester; last Fri.; Charlea 
Stance, R. S.. Auburn. Mass. 

Ayar. 

Car Workerv Aytr Lodgo No. 1S4. O. A. R. Hall, 
Waafaincton St.; 4th Fri.; Charles L. Wash- 
bum, R. 8.. Box 717. 

Basra. 

Wad Sorttrt No. 4 (South Barre). Barre Plains; 
Ist Fri.; J. W. Simms, R. S.. Box 93, 8. Barre. 

BSVBBLT. 

Bricklaytr; MoMOfu, and PlatUrert No. 40. Lasters 

Hall. Cabot St.; Ist and 3d Tues.; George H. 

Hurd. C. 8. and B. A.. 12 Qiddings Av. 
Ctrpenter* No. 878. Atlantic Hall, 141 Cabot St.; 

Fri.; A. W. Dodge, F. 8., Box 248. 
EZeefrvM/ Workero No. B59. Webber Blk., Cabot 

St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; J. A. Robinson, 8., 48 

Highland At., Salem. 
Ua Makort No. 14604- Bumham Bldg., Cabot 

St.; Mon.; Harold A. DoUiver, R. 8.. 29 

Kemwood Av. 
^««to-« No. It (U. 8. W.). Lasters Hall. Cabot 

St.; Fri.; Patrick J. Buckley. B. A.. 145 Essex 

St.. Salem. 
Paua«r8, Deeoratort, and Paperhang«r$ No. 8SS. 

Bumham Hall, Cabot St.; Thurs.; Lewis W. 

McRae. R. 8 , 11 Lyman St. 
PhtwA«ra No. 138. Atlantic Hall, 141 Cabot St.; 

Tuet.; Albert F. Teague. R. 8.. 6 Walnut 

St. 
5Ao« Worken Protoetive Union No. 6 (Turn Work- 
men). By appointment; Thurs.; 8. J. Pothier. 

S. T.. 163 Merrimack St.. Haverhill; John F. 

Bowcn. B. A.. 163 Merrimack St.. Haverhill. 
StockfitUn No. B9 (U. 8. W.). (See Salem.) 



BOSTON. > 

Ambulaneo DHwon. (See ToaM»Ur$ No. 58.) 
Art 01—9 Workor: (See Ola— Workert No, $8.) 
ArtiAeial Stone and Aephalt Workers. (See Cement 

Workers No. iO.) 
Aebeetoe Workers No. 6. (See Insulators and Asbee^ 

toe Workers.) 
Auto Repair Machinists. (See Machinists No. 6SM.) 
Bakers No. 7. Barbers HaU. 1125 Waahington St.; 

2d and 4th Sat.; Thomas O'Connor. C. 8.. 

91 E. Dedham St.; James J. Jacobs. F. 8. and 

B. A. 
Bakers No. 46 (Hebrew). 15 Leverett St.; Fri.; 

Bernard Reisman, F. 8.. 81 Savin St.. Rox.; 

J. Magerer, B. A., 79 Boylston St., Maiden. 
Bakers No. 1»4 (Roxbury). 1095 Tremont St.; 1st 

and 3d Sat.; Ernest Lens, 8. and B. A., 74 

Day St.. Roxbury. 
Baik«r« No, 996 (ItaUan). 13 Hull St.; Sun.; Gio- 
vanni D*Amici, 8., 13 Hull St. 
Bakers Independent Union (Inc.). 115 Leverett St.; 

1st Fri. and Fri. nearest 15th; Morris Potter, 

8., 61 Fourth St.. Chelsea. 
Barbers No. 18i. 1125 Washington St.; 1st and 

3d Tues.; Joseph J. Dwyer. S.; Joseph F. 

Donovan, B. A. 
Bar6«r« No. 666 (Italian). 193 Hanover St.*; Ist 

Thurs.; Antonio Ruggiero. C. and F. 8., and 

B. A., 43 Portland St. 
Bartenders No. 77. 386 Harrison Av.; 2d and 4th 

Sun., October to May; 4th Sun., June to Sep- 
tember; William J. Leary, 8. T., 183 Court St; 

James J. English, B. A., and John W. Connelly, 

B. A., 183 Court St. 
BoJth Department Employees No. 310. 987 Washing- 
ton St.; Sun.; Richard P. Morrisey, R. S., 1275 

Massachusetts Av., Dorchester. 
Ben Franklin AssemJUy No. 5463 (Sanitary and Street 

Cleaning Department Employees). Deacon 

HaU, 1651 Washington St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; 

Bernard C. Harkins, R. S.. 379 Sbawmut Av.; 

Thomas H. Canning. M. W., 228 Tremont St. 
BiU Posters and BiUers No. 1 7. 724 Washington St ; 

3d Sun.; Richard M. Armstrong, B. A., 72 

Weston St, Revere. 
Bindery Women's Union No. 56, (See Bookbinders 

No. 56.) 
Blacksmiths: Essex Lodge No. 499 (B. db M. R.R.)., 

Cor. Blackstone and Hanover Sts.; 4th Fri.; 

Joseph M. Souter, R. S.. 39 Mystic Av., 

Melrose. 
Blacksmiths and Helpers and Iron and Steel Workers 

No. 10. 45 Eliot St; 3d Sun.; James McNally» 

R. 8., 106 Waverly St., Everett. 
Blacksmiths No. 105. 995 Washington St.; 1st and 

3d Thurs.; John J. GiUis, F. S., 373 Frankfort 

St, E. B. 



* Abbreviations for Sections of Boston: Alls, for Allston; Br., Brighton; Chasn.. Charlestown; Dor., Dor- 
clwter; E. B., East Boston; H. P., Hyde Park; J. P., Jamaica Plain; Mat, Mattapan; Nep.. Neponset; 
Boa. Roelindale; Rox., Roxbury; 8. B., South Boston; W. Rox., West Roxbury. 

Abbreviatk»a for Telephone Exchanges: Chasn. for Charlestown; Dor., Dorchester; F. H., Fort Hill; 
Hay., Haymarket; Jam., Jamaiea; Ox., Oxford; Rich., Richmond; Rox., Roxbury; 8. B., South Boston; 
TrenL, Tremont 



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BoUer Maker$ No. 4^1. 724 Washington St; 2d 
Thura.; Thomas R. Keenan, S., 80 W. Fifth 
St.. S. B. 

BoiUr Makera: UniwertUy City Lodge No. 616 (B. db 
M. R.R.). Engineers Hall, 164 Canal St.; 1st 
and 3d Fii.; Joseph Irwin. C. and F. S., 30 Glen- 
dale St.. Everett; William Wells, B. A., 34 S. 
Main St., Concord, N. H. 

BoiUr Maken No. 686 (East Boston). Hibernian 
Hall, Havre St., E. B.; lot Sun. and 3d Thurs.; 
Daniel B. Molnnes. S., 288 Marginal St., E. B. 

Bo6kbind^9 No. 16. Paine Memorial Hall, 9 Apple- 
ton St.; Ist Tues.; Daniel J. Chute, S. T., 7 
Blaokw^ St., Dor. 

Bockbindtf No. 66 (Women). Naomi Hall, 724 
Washington St.; 3d Wed.; Miss Anna O'Gara, 
C. S.. 574 Broadway, Somerville. 

BooOHackt ProUttive No. 14SS7. 4 Snowhill St.; 
Tues.; Anthony Carbone, Treas., 75 Endicott 
St.; Luigi Padova. B. A., 163 Endicott St. 

Boot and Shoe Workert No. gB9 (Mixed) (B. db S. W.). 
Pilgrim Hall. 694 Washington St.; 2d and 4th 
Thurs.; Frank E. Cook. S. T.. 18 Boylston St. 

Booi and Shoo Workert No. 291. (See Cvl Sole 
Workere No. $91.) 

Bool cmd Shoe Workere No. S80. (See Shoe Repairere.) 

BoUUra and Driwera No. 122. Kossuth Hall. 1095 
Washington St.. Roz.; 2d Sun. and 4th Fri.; 
Michael J. Hines. S. and B. A., 1117 Columbus 
Av., Rox. 

Braaa Mcldera and Braaa Coremakere No. 468. (See 
Moldera No. 468.) 

Brewery Workmen No. 14 (German). Arbeiter Hall, 
24 Amory Av., Rox.; Ist and 3d Sun.; Konrad 
Young, S. and B. A., 1117 Columbus Av., Rox. 

Brewery Workmen No. 29 (English). Vernon Hall, 
1208 Tremont St.. Rox.; 2d and 4th Sun.; 
Edmond F. Ward. S. and B. A., 1117 Columbus 
Av., Rox. 

Brewery Workmen No. 182. (See BotUere and Driwere.) 

Brieklayera Benevolent and Protective No. S. 386 Har- 
rison Av.; Thurs.; H. G. Saunders, C. S.; Law- 
rence J. Cannon, B. A. 

Brieklayera No. 27 (Roxbury). 1096 Tremont St.; 
Tues.; Joseph Gleason, S.. 972 Harrison Av. 

Bridge and Structttral Iron Workera No. 7. (See 
Houaeamitha and Bridgemen.) 

Bridge and StruUural Iron Workera, No. I64. (See 
Iron Workers). 

Bridge Tendera No. 12SS3. 987 Washington St.; 4th 
Thurs.; Francis F. Morse, S. T., 16 Mystic St., 
Chasn. 

Building Laborera, (See Hod Carriera and Building 
Laborera.) 

Cabinet Makera and MiU Men No. 1824. (See Car- 
pentera No. 1824.) 

CabU Splieera No. 696. (See Electrical Workera No. 
S96.) 

Candy Workera No. 210. 112 Salem St.; 1st and 3d 
Tues.; Miss Mae V. C. Daly, R. S.. 1 Fairfield PI. 

Cap Cuttera and Blockera No. 68. (See C/olA Hat and 
Cap Makera No. 38.) 

Car Upholaterera No. 118. (See Upholalerera No. 118, 
Car.) 



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Car Workera: AUaton Lodge No. 107 (Car Repairers. 
B. A A. R.R.). Pamell Hall« Washington St. 
cor. Chestnut Hill Av.. Br.; 2d Thurs.; Thomas 

A. Pitkethly. R. S. and B. A.. 4 Gi£ford Pl^ 8. B. 
Car Workera: Boeton Lodge No. 66 (Car Cleisners, 

B. & M. R.R.). Engineers Hall. 164 Canal St; 
1st and 3d Fri.; Thomas J. Bruce, F. 8., 502 
Highland Av., Maiden; Thomas H. Condon, 
B. A., 15 Boardman St.. Salem. 

Car Workera: Myaiie Lodge No. 168. K. of P. Hall, 
2 Main St., Chasn.; 2d Tues.; Samuel Mo- 
Kensie, S., 20 Roberto St., Brookline. 

Car Workera: Plymouth Rock Lodge No. 184 (N. Y.. 
N. H. Sc H. R.R.. Hyde Park). 724 Washington 
St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; A. C. Paradee, 8.. 1051 
Hyde Park Av., H. P.; Edward M. Funk, Treas.. 
10 Davidson St.. H. P. 

Car Workera: Somerville Lodge No. 108 (Car Inspec- 
tors, Repairers, and Cleaners, B. 4c M. R.R.). 
West End Union Hall, 91 Staniford St.; Ist and 
3d Fri.; Joseph F. Spencer, R. S.. 17 Lincoln St. 
Chasn. 

Car Workera: Unity Lodge No. 146. 694 Washington 
St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Ivan H. Patnode, &. 175 
Everett St., Allston. 

Car and Locomotive Paintera. (See Paintera No. SS8.) 

Carpentera No. 66. 987 Washington St.; Mon.; P. 
R. Kickham, S., 11 Codman Hill St., Roz.; John 
T. White, B. A., 30 Hanover St. 

Carpentera No. 67 (Roxbury). Hibernian Hall, Dad- 
ley St., Rox.; Wed.; N. A. McDonald. S.. 7 
Timothy Av., Everett; John M. Devine, B. A, 
30 Hanover St. 

Carpentera No. 102 (Bridge) (Hyde Park). Unity 
Hall, 724 Washington St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 
William Pearson. R. S.. Canton. Mass. 

Carpentera No. 218 (East Boston). 18 Ontral Sq.. 
E. B.; Tues.; William N. Thornton, R. 8., 429 
Chelsea St., E. B.; C. H. Morrison, B. A., 16 
Pope St., E. B. 

Carpentera No. 686 (Dorchester). Robinson HaU. 
Fields Cor., Dor.; Tues.; Embert W. Le Lacheur. 
S., 116 Park St., Dor.; James E. Eaton, B. A.. 
160 Pleasant St.. Dor. 

Carpentera No. 694 (Cigar Box Makers). Vernon 
Hall. 1208 Tremont St.. Rox.; 2d and 4th Mon.: 
Francis C. Merkle. R. S.. 13 Field St., Rox.; 
A. J. Hewlett, B. A.. 30 Hanover St. 

Carpentera No. 669 (Hardwood Finishers). 53 Han- 
over St., 2d and 4th Wed. ; Harry E. Smith, R. 8.. 
618 Dudley St.. Rox.; George M. Quntner, B. A.. 
560 Blue Hill Av.. Rox. 

Carpentera No. 802 (Hyde Park) . Lyric Hall, Everett 
Sq.. H. P.; Wed.; James McNaught. R. 8.. 106 
Pierce St.. H. P. 

Carpentera No. 889 (Brighton). Woods HaU, Market 
St.. Br.; Fri.; Peter Halloran. R. 8.. 11 Chestnut 
HiUAv., Br. 

Carpentera No. 968 (West Roxbury). Fairview Hall. 
41 Poplar St., Ros.; Fri.; W. L. D'Entremont, 
S., 30 8. Walter St., Ros. 

Carpentera No. 964 (Hebrew). 93 Staniford St.; 
Mon.; A. Gensal, R. 8., 26 Temple St.; A. SU- 
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CarptnUn No. 969 (Mattopan). Anociates Hall, 
Mattapan Sq.; Mon.; JamM T. Coulter, R. S., 

^ 215 W. Selden St^ Mat. 

Cvptmten No. 1096 (Flooriayen). 087 Waahington 
St.; Toea.; Gaorte H. MoKenaie, 8.. 22 Milford 
St.; Norman J. McDonald, B. A., Claramont 

^ Pk. 

Cmrpaiiero No. 1S9S (Wharf and Bridge). 30 Han- 
over St.; Mon.; Panl McDonald, 8.; Seymour 
Coffin, B. A. 

Carpeniert No. 1410 (Shop and Millmen). 30 Han- 
over St.; Mon.; L. Q. Brown, 8.; Daniel 8. 
FHsserald, B. A. 

Cvpentert No. 164S {Cta builders. N. T., N. H. & H. 
R.R., Hyde Park). Upholsterers Hall, 53 Han- 
oTer St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Arthur W. Walker, 
8.. 170 Pleasant St., Norwood. 

Carpeatert No. 167$ (Stair Builders). 30 Hanover 
St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; G. £. Haskins, R. 8.. 80 
WilleU St., WoUaston. 

Carpmtert No. 1671 (Ship. E. Boston). 19 Border 
St., £. B.; Mon.; John P. Murray, 8., 300 
Banker HOI St., (^hasn. 

Carpenttn No. 1779 (Building and Bridge). (See 
Taunton.) 

CarpeiUerM No. 1834 (Cabinet Makers and Millmen). 
30 Hanover St.; Tues.; John H. Nayler, R. 8., 
51 Brook Av., Rox.; Evald Thulin, B. A. 

Ccrpmj«r« No. 190M (Railroad). GwU Hall. 66 Main 
St., Chasn.; on call; William C. KinBh. acting 
Pres., 20 Tenney Ct., E. Somerville. 

CarptmUn No. 19M7 (Readville Car Shops, N. Y.. N. 
H. ft H. R.R.). £. F. Meadows, F. 8., 13 Maver- 
ick St., E. Dedham. 

CtrptnUra No. 9601. Red Men's Hall. 514 Tremont 
St.; Richard Smith, 8., 61 (Chandler St.; John 
Stewart. B. A.. 30 Hanover St. 

CvpmUn No. t60t. 164 Hanover St.; Mon.; John 
Stewart. S. and B. A., 30 Hanover St. 

CvrptnUn No. 9605. 67 Warren St.. Rox.; John 
Fletdier. 8.. 91 Dyer St., Dor.; John Stewart, 
B. A., 30 Hanover St. 

Csrpef Mecktmic9 No. 109. (See UphoUUrort No. 
109.) 

Carriage Dritert and Chauffmra No. 126. (See 
TmmtUro No. 126.) 

Corritge, Watfon, and AuUmobiU Worktrt No. 9. 
Andrews Hall. 984 Washington St.; 2d and 4th 
Wed.; J. H. Scanlon, C. 8., 33 Line St., Maiden. 

Ctmmt Worken No. JO (Artiftoial Stone and Asphalt). 
886 Harrison Av.; 2d and 4th Sun.; John Love, 
8.. 64 H St., 8 B.; Ignatius MoNulty. B. A., 90 
St., 8. B. 

Cmtitry Depmlmtnt SmplovMt No. £60. Vernon 
Han, 1208 Tremont St.; 4th Thurs.; George 
Duffey. R. 8., 98 Mt. Hope St., Ros. 

CkandtUer Workort No. 99. (See MaUd Poluhert No. 
99.) 

C%flt(#etra and Teawutan No. 694. (See TtavMtera 

No. 694.) 

CiQtr Box Makort No. 694. (See Carp^nUf No. 694.) 

Cigm Factory Tobacco Strxpper$ No. 8166. Seaver 

Hall, 9 Appleton St.; 2d Thurs.; Miss Agnes 

(kUagher, R. 8., 123 Second St.. E. Cambridge. 



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CigaT Makan No. 97. Paine Memorial HaU, 9 Ap- 
pleton St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Henry Abrahams, 
8.. 11 Appleton St. 

City Dopanmcni Chauffc%tr$ No. 60. (See Toanutert 
No. 60.) 

Clerka. (Qee RaUtil CUrkt.) 

Cloak and Skin Makcr$ No. 66. (See Garment Work- 
trt No. 66t Ladies.) 

Cloth Hat and Cap Maker* No. 7 (Operators) . N aomi 
Hall. 724 Washington St.; Sat.: Nathan Cohen. 
C. 8., 142 Waveriy Av., Reveie 

Cloth Hat and Cap Makere No. 68 (Cap Cutters and 
Blockers). Cupid Hall, 724 Washington St.; 2d 
Sat.; Harry Paly, R. 8., 337 Webster Av., 
Camb. 

Clothino Cutten and Trimmere (Independent). Elks 
Hall. 26 Hay ward PI.; 2d Tues.; John J. Hayes. 
Clerk, 42 School St., Revere; Thomas J. Collins, 

B. A., care of Leopold Morse Co.. Adams Sq. 
Coal HandUra. (See Longahoremen No. 861.) 

Coal Hoiating Engineera No. 74. Engineers Hall 935 

Washington St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; A. J. Tighe. 

Pres. and B. A.. 64 W. Eagle St.. E. B. 
Coal Hoiating Supertiaora No. 16168 (Boston and 

Vidnity). 19 Medford St.. Chasn.; 1st Wed.; 

John Sterling. R. 8. 
Coal Teamatera and Halpera No. 68. (See Toamaiera 

No. 68.) 
Coat Makera No. 1, (See Oarmmt Workera No. /. 

United^ 
Coat Makera No, 149 (Lithuanian). (See Oarment 

Workera No, 149,) 
Commercial Telegraphera No. 4- J- J. McGarty. 8. T.. 

care of "Boston American**. 82 Summer St. 
Compoeitora. (See Typographical No. 16.) 
Cooke and Waitera No. 666. (See Hotel and Reatau- 

rarU Employeea No. £66.) 
Cooper a No. 67 (Slack Barrel). Dahlgren Hall, 

Silver and ESts., 8. B.: 2d and 4tb Thurs.; John 

Peohulis, 8., 175 Fifth St.. 8. B. 
Cooptra No. 68 (Tight Barrel). 28 Cross St.; 2d 

Wed.; James Fardy, F. 8., 306 Broadway, 

C!ambridge. 
Coopera No. 89 (Brewery). SchUIer HaU. 1095 Tre- 
mont St.; 3d Mon.; Edward F. Quinn, C. 8., 

66 Ontre St.. Rox. 
Copperamitha No. 96. Unity Hall. 724 Washington 

St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Louis W. Roth, R. and 

C. 8.. 87 Putnam St.. E. B.; Harry A. Snarberg, 
B. A.. 26 Walter St., Somerville. 

Coremakera No. 468. (See Moldera No. 496.) 
Coremakera No. 498. (See Moldera No. 468, Braaa,) 
Creamery Workera No. 14690. John J. Collins, 8., 

292 Dudley St.. Rox. 
Cuatom TaUora No. 66. (See Oarment Workera No. 

66, United.) 
Cut 3oU Workera No. 691 (B. ft 8. W.) . PhoBulx Hall, 

724 Washington St.; Mon.; Fred J. Murphy, 

F. S.. 47 Marshall St.. Somerville. 
CuUera No. 76 (U. 8. W.). 694 Washington St.; 2d 

and 4th Tues.; William Jenkins. C. S.. 56 Chica- 

tawbut St.. Nep.; William Watson. B. A. 
CrMera and Trimmer* No. 98. (See Oarmeni Workera 

No. 98, United.) 



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(See 



Dfporimml 8iof Driwert and Chauffwim. 

TwnaUf No, 990 
Dr—a and Waiai Maker; (See OarmmU Worker $ No. 

49, Dress and Waist Makers.) 
Drug CUrht No. US. (See Retail Clerke No. US.) 
Dry Ooode Clerke No. 796. (See Retail Clerke No. 

796.) 
Egg Sortere and Inepeciore No. 1S006. 087 Washing- 
ton St.; 2dand4thThur8.; Edward Conn. R. S.. 

80 Appleton St.. Eyerott. 
Bleeirieal Workere No. lOS (Insidemen). 087 Wash- 

inctonSt.; Wed.; J.P.Teaffe.R. S.; J.T. Fen- 

nell, B. A., and E. L. Dennis. B. A. 
BUetrieal Workere No. lOS: Sub-Local No. 1. (See 

Telephone Operaiore.) 
Bleetrieal Workere No. 104 (Linemen). 087 Wash- 
ington St.; Wed.; William Warren, R. S.. 26 

Hobart St.. Br.; F. C. Garrick. B. A.. 8 Faneuil 

Chambers. Br. 
Electrical Workere No. 14$ (Telephone Installers) . 24 

Warren St., Roz.; Fri.; Charles J. Hon. S.. 10 

Edgehill St.. J. P.; John A. Donoghue, B. A.. 

1466 Washington St. 
Electrical Workere No. S9e (Cable Splicers). 087 

Washington St.: Ist and 3d Wed.; William J. 

Donahoe. S.. 366 Meridian St.. E. B. 
Electrical Workere No. SOS (Fixture Fitters and 

Hangers). 53 Hanover St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 

George A. Deans, R. S.. Appleton St., Atlantic; 

M. Brown, B. A., 102 Norfolk St.. Dor. 
Electrical Workere No. 714 (Navy Yard). Roughan 

Hall. CMtySQ.. Chasn.; 1st and 3d Fri.; John A. 

Fisher. F. S.. 17 Union Park. 
Electrical Workere No. 717 (Shop). 087 Washington 

St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; P. F. Grout, R. S., 7 

Wyman St., J. P. 
EUdrotypere No. 11. 724 Washington St.; 2d Wed.; 

William White, S. T., 32 Crescent St., Camb. 
Elevator Conetrudore No. 4- 386 Harrison Av.; 2d 

and 4th Thurs.; John C. McDonald. S. and 

B. A. 
EU%ator Operatore No. 14MIS. 53 Hanover St.; Ist 

and 3d Mon.; Andrew P. Trahey. Jr., F. S.. 60 

Washington St., Chasn. 
Engineere. (See Steam Engineere and Locomotive Enr 

gineere.) 
Engineere, Amalgamated Society of: Boeton Branch 

No. 764. 087 Washington St.; alt. Sat. begin- 
ning Jan. 3. 1014; George Campbell, S., 3 Call 

St.. J. P. 
Excavating, Sand, Brick, Stone, Lime, and Cement 

Teamelere. (See Teametere No. S79.) 
Federal Labor No. 8M17 (Metropolitan Water and 

Sewer Works Employees) . 087 Washington St. ; 

2d Thurs.; James Meegan, R. S., 57 Gale St., 

Maiden. 
PtU and Straw Hat Workere. (See Hat Workere No. 

19816, Ladiee PtU and Straw.) 
Perry Emplcyeee No. 6$6 (Gatemen). Columbia 

Trust Bldg., E. B.; 2d Wed.; James E. Green, 

S.. 17 Sturbridge St.. Dor. Lower Mills. 
Perry Emphyeee No. 900 (Masters and Pilots). 10 

Border St.. E. B.; 3d Tues.; John J. Belton. 

F. S.. 121 Havre St.. E. B. 



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Firemen and Enginewun, (See Locomotiee Firemen 
and EnginemenJ 

Fixture PiOere and Hangere No. 60S. (See f IsdKcsl 
Work^e No. 60S.) 

Floorlayere No. 1096. (See Carpentere No. 1096.) 

Foundry Employeee No. iS. Williams Hall, 5 Hamp- 
den St.. Roz.; 3d Sun.; Edward J. GaUagber. 
R. S.. 24 EUery St.. S. B. 

Franklin Aeeodation No. 18 (Press Feeden and 
Helpers). 24HaywardPl.; 2d Thurs.; Michael 
S. Cooney. S. T. and B. A.. 30 Court St. 

Freeetone Cuttere Aeeodation. (See Stone Cuttere 
Aeeodation, Journeymen.) 

Frdght Clerke Aeeembly No. 179S (B. A M. R.R.. 
C^harlestown). Owb Hall. 66 Main St., Chasn.; 
1st Mon. and 4th Sun.; Michael J. Dullea, F. Sn 
64 L St.. S. B. 

Freight Handlere No. 70, Railroad (N. Y., N. H. A H. 
R.R.). 087 Washington St.; 1st and 8d Sun.; 
Jeremiah Murray, R. S., 6 Lovedeed Ct.. Rox. 

Frdght Handlere and Clerke No. 80 (B. & A. R,R.). 
Appleton St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Joseph M. 
McGrath, R. S., 36 Goldsmith St.. J. P. 

Freight Handlere No. 18S, Railroad (N. Y., N. H. & 
H. R.R.). 087 Washington St.; 2d and 4th 
Sun.; Robert Hyland, Pres.. 87 Hillside St.. 
Roz. 

Freight Handlere Aeeembly No. BtS (N. Y.. N. H. A H. 
R.R.). St. Omer Hall, 376 W. Broadway, S. B.; 
2d and 4th Sxm.; Patrick Fraher, R. S.. 177 
Third St., S. B. 

Freight Handlere No. 809, Dock. (See Long^aremen 
No. 809.) 

Frdght Handlere No. 8tt, Eaet Boeton Dock. (See 
Longehoremen No. 8Mt.) 

Freight Handlere No. 6672, Railroad (B. A M. R.R.). 
Hibernian Hall. Union St., CJhasn.; 2d and 4th 
Sun.; Alexander Ryan. S., 17 Crawford St.. 
Maiden. 

Fur Workere No. SO. PUgrim liaU. 604 Washington 
St.; 2dand4tbSat.; Benjamin Lederman. F. S.. 
85 Bernard St.. Dor. 

Oarmtnt Workere No. 1 (Coat Makers). 724 Wash- 
ington St.; Tues.; Nathan Silverstein. F. 8.; 
Samuel Zorn, B. Mgr. 

OarmerU Workere No. S6 (Custom Tailors). 03 Stani- 
ford St.; Tues.; Nathan Silverstein, F. S., 724 
Washington St.; Samuel Zorn, B. Mgr., 724 
Washington St. 

Oarment Workere No. 98 (Cutters and Trimmers). 
Elks Hall, Hay ward PI.; 3d Tues.; S. Peyser. 
S.. 125 Moreland St., Rox. 

Garment Workere No. 149 (Coat Makers) (Lithu- 
anian). Silver and E Sts., S. B.; Ist and 3d 
Thurs.; Nathan Silverstein, F. S.; Samuel Zorn. 
B. Mgr. 

Qarmenl Workere No. IBS (Overall and White Duck 
Coat Workers). 724 Washington St.; Ist and 
3d Wed.; Nathan Kopelman, Treas., 5 Morton 
St. 

Oarment Workeie No. 172 (Vest Makers). 03 Stam- 
ford St.; Mon.; M. Zimmerman, F. 8., 61 
Nichols St., Everett; Samuel Zorn, B. A., 44 
Lena Park, Dor. 



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QtnufU Wmhtrt No. ITS (Panta Maken). ShwarU 

HftD, 15 LevereU St.; N. Billar. F. S.. 301 Emu. 

St^Maldeo. 
(TcrvMuX Wcrkert No, 9i5 (TaUon) (Italutn). 141 

BiduBOod St; Fri.; Alva Albanese, S.; Ralph 

Deounto, B. A. 
OonMNl Worktn No. 967 (Sheepakin Coat Makera). 

Institute Hall, 66 Chambers St.; 1st and 2d 

Toes.; Barney Kaiser, Pros., 23 Morris St., E.B. 
GnuiK Workaa No. 1$ (Skirt and Cloak Pressers). 

31 N. Rusnell St.; Sat.; WilHam Shawmot, C. 

and F. S., 94 Maklen St.. Everett; I. M. Laindus, 

B. Mcr., 230 Tremont St. 
GaraMm Workers No. 36 (Ladies Tailors and Dress 

Makers). Business office, 104 Warrenton St.; 

meets at 694 Washington St.; Mon.; Q. An- 

coaray, B. A., 104 Warrenton St. 
Gvmad Workort No. 4» (Drees and Waist Makers). 

31 N. Russell St.; Wed.; William Shawmut. C. 

and F. S.. 94 Maklen St., Ererett; I. M. Upidus, 

B. Mcr., 230 Tremont St. 
Gtrmmt Workors No. 66 (Ck>ak and Skirt Makers). 

Odd Fellows HaU. 31 N. Russell St. ; Mon. ; Miss 

Dora S. Davis, F. S., 31 N. RusseU St. 
Qmmetd Wmkmo No. 7$ (Ladies Garment Cutters). 

8 Lovering PL; Sat.; Nehemiah KUne, R. S., 

109 Ehn St., Dor. 
(ho Fitten, Fixture FitUrt, and Hanooro No. 1 76. Cor. 

Dover St. and Harrison Av.; 1st and 8d Tues.; 

Edward A. McGonagle. R. 8.. 24 Allen St.; 

William Smith, B. A.. 1413 Wiwhington St. 
Gn Workoro. (See Meter Workers No. J460M.) 
GUu Workere No. 88, Art 724 Washington St.; 1st 

and 3d Fii.; M. T. Mooney, S., 7 Union Park. 
0lo99 Cvtiero, Table. By appointment; 1st Thurs.; 

Konrad Schreffler, S., 882 E. 8th St., S. B. 
OrsnOc Ctdtere: Boston Branch. Engineers Hall, 164 

Canal St. ; 3d Thurs. ; William McCartney, C. S. , 

53 Gates St.. S. B. 
Oroeery and Prowieian Clerks. (See Retail Clerks No. 

IStS.) 
Bmdwood Finishers No.660. (See Carpenters No. 569.) 
Bst Trimmers Association. 7 Warrenton St.; on call; 

Miss K. L. Mullen, S.. 53 Brookside Av., J. P. 
Bet Workers No. 19815, Ladies FeU and Straw. 987 

Washington St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Jeremiah F. 

Hayes, R. S.. 16 Arklow St., Rox. 
Bat Workers No. 1486$, United Ladies. 7 Warrenton 

St.; 2d and 4th Sat.; Miss Lillian Polonsky, 

R. S.. 296 Chambers St. 
BaUers No. 6. 987 Washington St.; 2d Thurs.. 

March. June, Sept., and Deo.; John J. Sohafer, 

S., 95 Sydney St.. Dor.; Charles Morris, B. A., 

15 Warrenton St. 
Bigkwaif Department Workers No. 6761. Vernon 

Hall, 1208 Tremont St., Roz.; 2d and 4th Fri.; 

John H. Barry, S., 521 Commercial St.; M. F. 

O'Brien, B. A.. 307a Warren St., Roz. 
Bigh^say Division Bmploysss. (See Sttb-Foreinen*s 

Association.) 
Boi Carriers and Buildino Laborers No. 164 (Plaster- 
ers* Tenders). Odd FeUows HaU. 8 Warren St., 

Box.; 1st and 3d Sun.; William Ganey, S., 103 

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Hod Carriers and Building Laborers No. 909 (Italian). 
2i Charter St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Dominie 
Bonanno. F. S.; John Perotti, B. A. 

Hod Carriers and BuiUUng Laborers No. 993. 386 
Harrison Av.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Michael Sulli- 
van. S., 2 Humboldt Pk.. Roz. 

Hoisting and Portable Engineers No. 4- 386 Harrison 
Av.; Tues.; Albert E. Pike. S. and B. A. 

Horseshoers No. 6 (Joumeynoen). 987 Washington 
St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; Charles Fawkes, R. S., 
16 Allen St.; William A. Whalen. B. A., 14 
Putnam St., Chasn. 

Hotel and Restaurant Emphyees No. 6. (See Hot^ 
Workers AUiance No. 6.) 

Hotel and Restaurant Employeee No. 77. (See Bar- 
tenders.) 

Hotel and Reetawant Employees No. 80 (Waiters). 
Waiters Hall, 63 Shawmut Av. ; 2d and 4th Wed. ; 
John J. Kearney, S. and B. A. 

Hotel and Reetaurant Employees No. 996 (Cooks and 
Waiters). 96 Kendall St., Roz.; 1st and 3d 
Sat.; James B. Gabourel, F. S., 45 Hammond 
St.. Roz. 

Hotel Workers AlUanee No. 6. 127 Pleasant St.; 1st 
Mon. and 3d Tues.; Christopher Lane, S. T., 
9 Areola St.; John lomch, B. A., 94 Calumet 
St., Roz. 

House and Ship Painters. (See Painters No. 409.) 

House and Window Cleaners No. 14616. 987 Wash- 
ington St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Arthur Cottrell, 
S.; Herbert Doherty, V. P., 1686 Washington 
St.. Roz. 

Housesmiths and Bridgemen No. 7, United. 386 
Harrison Av.; Mon.; Humphrey B. Sullivan, 
R. S.; Frank C. Brady, B. A., 332 Shawmut 
Av. 

Toe Cart Drisers. (See Teamsters No. 396.) 

Industrial Workers No. 47 TLoomfizers). John W. 
Yates, S., 90 Byron S., E. B. 

Industrial Workers No. 116 (Jewish Waiters). 1 
Causeway St.; Ist and 3d Tues.; William Rubin, 
S., 36 Lynde St.; David Lsrman. B. A.. 64 
LeverettSt. 

Industrial Workers No. 190 (Raincoat Makers). 93 
Staniford St.; Wed. (operators), Tues. (oement- 
ers); Henry D. C^ohen. F. S. and Org.. 438 
Brjrant St., Maiden. 

Inside Wiremen. (See Electrical Workers No. 103.) 

Inspectors Protectite Association. Rathbone Hall. 694 
Washington St.; 3d Sxm.; Francis J. Dowd, 
8. T., 34 SpeedweU St., Dor. 

Insulators and Asbestos Workers No. 6. Rathbone 
Hall, 694 Washington St.; Ist and 3d Wed.; 
John Fisher, C. S. and B. A., 386 Harrison 
Av. 

Insurance Agents No. 1. On call of organiser; 
William Griffin, Org.. 18 Biltmore St., Maiden, 



Institution Employees No. 776, Penal. (See Penal 

InstUution Employees No. 776.) 
Interior Freight Handlers and Wareho%uemen 

No. 80. (See Freight Handlers and Clerks No. 

80.) 
Iron Molders. (See Molders No. 106.) 



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Iron Worker* No. 154 (Inside Iron and Wire 
Workers). W5 Washington St.; Sun.; A. Daw- 
son, 8., 8 Lambert St.. Rox. 

Janitor 9 A99ociation (Boston Public Schools). Roz- 
bury HaU. 67 Warren St., Roz.; 2d and 4th Sat. 
except July and Aug.; William M. Kendricken, 
S. T., 49 Holbrook St., J. P. 

LadtM Oarmmt Cutttrt No. 75. (See Garment Work- 
ert No. 75, Ladiee.) 

Ladiee Tailor* and Drestmakert No. S6. (See Oar- 
ment Woikera No. S6, Ladie$.) 

Lampliohter* No. 11943. Deacon HaU. 1651 Wash- 
ington St.; let and 3d Mon.; William P. Car- 
penter, R. S.. 87 Danforth St.. J. P. 

Lather* No. 7B (Wood. Wire, and Metal) . 987 Wash- 
ington St.; Wed.; Edward N. Kelly, F. S.. 32 
Merriam St., Somerville; Charles L. Evans, 
B. A., 38 Mechanic St., Rox. 

Laundry Wagon Driver* No. 660. (See Teamsteit No. 
660.) 

Laundry Worker* No. 66. 987 Washington St.; 2d 
and 4th Fri.; Miss Mary E. Moran, F. S., 71 
Northfield St.. Rox. 

Leaihur Handler* No. 14109. 987 Washington St.; 
2d and 4th Sun.; James J. Dunn, S., 5 Cottage 
Ter., Rox. 

Leather Worker* on Horte Good* No. 106. Unity HaU, 
724 Washington St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; John 
Doran, S. T.. 12 Emerald St.; A. LaMontague, 
20 Scott St., S. B. 

LUhoQrapher* Protedite and Beneficial Aaeociation 
No, 5. 724 Washington St.; 3d Fri.; D. Baum, 
R. S., 22 Harvard St., Chasn. 

Lithooraphic Artietat Engraver*, and Designer* League 
of America: Boaton Section. Turn HaU, Middle- 
sex St.; 3d Fri.; J. Frank Hanaford, R. S., 16 
Atherton St., Rox. 

Locomotive Engineers: Bay Slate Divieion No. 439 
(B. A A. R.R.) . 10 Franklin St.. AUs. ; 2d and 4th 
Sun.; C. A. Snow, S. T., 10 Wadsworth St., AUs. 

Locomotive Engineera: Boaton Division No. 61 (B. A 
M. R.R.). Engineers HaU, 164 Canal St.; 2d 
and 4th Sun.; T. H. Vradenburgh, S. T., Grant 
PI., Waltham. 

Locomotive Engineera: Old Colony ^vision No. Sit 
(N. Y.. N. H. A H. R.R.). Encampment HaU. 
724 Washington St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; C. E. 
Drew, 8. T.. 68 Central Av.. 8. Braintree. 

Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen: Bpston Lodge 
No. 67 (N. Y., N. H. A H. R.R.). John Win- 
throp HaU, 446 Tremont St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; 
Frank S. Mahler, Ch. Local Protective Board, 
277 Belgrade Av.. Ros. 

Locomoiite Firemen and Enginemen: Paul Revere 
Lodge No. 486 (B. A M. R.R.). (See SomervUle.) 

Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen: Pilgrim Lodge 
No. 719 (B. A A. R.R.). FrankUn Hall, 10 
FrankUn St., Alls.; 1st Sun. and 3d Fri.; C. W. 
Cook, F. 8.. 40 Bayard St.. AUs. 
Locomotive Repairers, (See MachiniHs No. 591,) 
Longshoremen No. 799: Daniel O'Connell Associates 
(Charlestown). Roughan Bldg., City Sq., 
Chasn.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Andrew Q. Norander, 
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Longshoremen No. 800. 193 Hanover St.; 2d and 

4th Sun.; Edward Fury, 8.; George W. Brady, 

Pree.. 24 Harris St. 
Longshoremen No. 806 (East Boston). G. A. R. HaO, 

149 Meridian St.. E. B.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Jere- 
miah J. Brennan, R. 8., 34 Austin St., Chaan. 
Longshoremen No. 809 (Dock Freight Handlers). 

Mishawum HaU, 11 City Sq., Chasn.; 1st and 3d 

Sun.; Michael Hurley, R. 8., 22 Chapman St., 

Chasn; WiUiam F. Dempeey, B. A.. 702 E. Sixth 

St.. a B. 
Longshoremen No. 8tl (Transatlantic Steamship 

Clerks). Wolcott HaU. Central Sq., E. B.; 2d 

Sun.; Edward J. Smith. R. 8.. 147 Webster St. 

E. B. 
Longshoremen No. 8tM (East Boston Dock). Hi- 

bemian HaU, 125 Havre St., E. B.; 2d and 4th 

Sun.; Jeremiah F. Murphy, R. 8., 366 Princeton 

St., E. B. 
Longshoremen No. 8S'l (Coal Handlers). 220 Broad- 
way, CJhelsea; 1st and 3d Sun.; Humphrey 

Monahan, R. 8., 16 Sheafe St.. Chasn. 
Longshoremen: Noddle Island Assembly No. 6789. 

Hibernian HaU, 125 Havre St.. E. B.; Wed.; 

James J. CTolUns, R. 8., 92 Bremen St. E. B. 
Loomfixers No. 47. (See Industrial Workers No. 47.) 
Lumber Teamsters. (See Teamsters^ Handlers^ and 

TaUymen No. 869.) 
Machinists No. £64- 987 Washington St.; Thuzs.; 

P. D. Sweeney, F. 8.; John J. CoonoUy. B. A. 
Machinists No. 346 (Hyde Park). Central HaU. 

EvOTett Sq., H. P.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; John 

Fox, F. 8., 106 Dana Av., H. P. 
Ma^inists No. 391 (Locomotive Repairing, N. Y., 

N. H. & H. R.R., Hyde Park). Cotters HaU. 

River St.. H. P.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Frank J. 

Ryan. R. 8.. 148 Dana Av.. H. P. 
Machinists: Railroad Lodge No. 667 (B. & M. R.R.). 

Commercial HaU, 694 Washington St.; Wed.; 

Samuel F. Wiggin, R. 8., 39 Stuart St. 
Machinists No. 6SM (Auto Repair). 987 Washington 

St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Frank Urquhart. R. S.. 

20 CTortes St.; John J. ConnoUy. B. A. 
Machinists: Bunker Hill Lodge No. 634 (C^harlss- 

town). Owls HaU. 66 Main St., Chasn.; Fri.; 

Charles H. Taylor, R. 8.. Box 21. Chasn. 
Machinists Helpers No. 914, Railroad (N. Y.. N. H. t 

H.R.R.. Hyde Park). Lyric HaU. Everett Sq.. 

H. P.; 1st Mon.; James C. Peters. R. 8.. 16S 

Green St.. J. P. 
Mailers No. 1 (Newspaper). EUcs HaU, 24 Hayward 

PI.; 2d Mon.; W. F. Kane. R. 8. and B. A.. 734 

Broadway, SomerviUe. 
Maintenance cf Way Employees No. 190 (B. ft M. 

R.R.). 188 Hanover St.; 8d Sun.; T. W. Gas- 

sidy, 8. T., CUnton, Mass.; R. H. Crawford. 

B. A., Melrose, N. Y. 
MarbU Cutters and Setters No. 60. 18 Kneeland St; 

1st and 3d Wed.; W. F. Sears, &., 683 Massa- 

chusetU Av.; James F. RehUl, B. A.. 127 

Charles St. 
Marble-Mosaic, Terrasso, and Compoeite Workers. 141 

Richmond St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Burt Ryan. 

B. A.. 29 Merriam St., SomerviUe. 



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MmbU PUithen, B§d Rubbers, Machine Cuttert, and 

Smwyen No. tOt, 53 Hanorer St.: ad and last 

Fri.; Danid C. Cunningham, 8.. 15 Winter St., 

£. Cambridge. 
UmbU Worken No. 64. 18 Kneeland St.; 2d and 

4th Toes.; John McCarthy. R. 8., 637 Parker 

St., RoK. 
Mvine Cooke and Stewarde Ateodotion of the Atlanlie 

md Oulf: BoeUm Branch. 258 Commercial St.; 

on call; Henry Fox, B. A. 
if ortac Trmntport Workeret National Induetriai Union 

ff (I. W. W.). 284 Commercial St.; Thurt.; 

GenaroPasos, S. 
Merket and Commieeion Houee Teametere No. 681. 

(See Toamulere No. 631.) 
Meal Cvttere and Butcher Workmen No. 162, (See 

Cfembridfle.) 
UvcentileBngineere. {Beie Steam Bngineere No. t6S.) 
Mtial PoHehere, Buffert, and Platere No. 95. Dwight 

Hall. 514 Tremont St.; let and 3d Mon.; Wil- 
liam J. Hanrahan. S., C41 Eighth St.. S. B. 
MeM Poliehere No. 99 (Chandelier Makers). Naomi 

HaU, 724 Washington St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 

William Spratt, R. S.. 37 Crescent Av.. Dor. 
Mder Workere No. 14S0i (Gas Workers). Cor. 

Hampden and Albany Sts.; 1st Mon.; John E. 

liddeU, R. S.. 33} Tremont St., Cambridge. 
Mdropolitttn Water and Sewer Workere. (See Federal 

Labor No. 8S17.) 
MUk Wagon Drivere No. SSO. (See Teametere No. S80.) 
JfoU«r«Aro./Otf (Iron and Steel). Pilgrim HaU. 004 

Washington St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; William 

John. B. A., Room 410, 605 Washington St. 
Moidert No. 4B8 (Coremakers) . 995 Washington St. ; 

1st and 3d Fri.; James M. Curley. S. T., 95 

Business St.. H. P.; William John, B. A., Room 

410, 665 Washington St. 
Molden No. 408 (Brass Molders and Brass C^ore 

Makers) . Association Hall. 995 Washington St. ; 

Frank Meehan, C. R., 192 Somerville At., Som- 

errille; William John, B. A., Room 410. 665 

Wssfaington St. 
Motaie, Terraeeo, and Compoeite Workere. (See 

Merble-Moeaie Workere.) 
Honng PiOare Operatore No. 189. 113i Eliot St.; 

Ist and 3d Wed.; William C. Franke, B. A. 
Uomg Picture Operatore Aeeembty No. 30S0 (K. of 

L.). Good Templar HaU, 1234 Washington St.; 

1st and 3d Sun.; E. O. RandaU, R. S.. 47 Pearl 

St., Chasn.; Thomas H. Canning, Dist. M. W., 

228 Tremont St. 
Munieipal Service Aeeociaiion (AU city departments). 

Revere House, Bowdoin Sq.; 2d Wed.; Vincent 

H. Jacobs, S., 41 Whitfield St., Dor. 
Mneieel end Theatrical Induetriai Union No. 9. 

Room 12, 27 School St.; on call, usuaUy 1st Sat.; 

E. Cnifton Butlar, S., 149 Linwood Av., Newton- 

▼iUe; Arthur W. Kenney, B. A., 143 Sagamore 

Ay., Chelsea. 
Ifwtetsns Protectiee Aeeodation No. 9. 56 St. Bo- 

tolph St.; 1st Thurs.; Edward J. Spring, S. T. 
^My Ford Smployeee: Branch No. 1. 116 Chelsea 

St.; Chasn.; Mon.; John T. Taylor. F. S.. 2 

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Naey Yard Storeemen'e Union No. 14490. Owls HaU, 

66 Main St., Chasn.; 2dToas.; William F. Ryan, 

R. S.. 105a Third St., WeUington. 
Newe Wagon Drivers, Chaufeure, and H^pere No. tS9. 

(See Teametere No. t69.) 
Newe Writers No. 1. 606 Old South Bldg.; 1st 

Thurs.; PhUip J. Hahrosa. S.. oare of "Boston 

American". 88 Summer St. 
Netoeboye Proteeliee Union No. 9077. 30 Hanorer 

St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; J. Appelbaum, S., Room 6, 

258 Washington St. 
Newepaper and Periodical SeUere. (See Retail Clerke 

No. ISMS.) 
Overall and WhiU Duck Coat Workere No. 16S. (See 

Garment Workers No. 16S^ United.) 
Painters No. 1, Independent (Hebrew). 30 Leverett 

St.; Tues.; Jacob Magerer, S.. 13 Parkman St. 
Painters and Decorators No. 11. 987 Washington St. ; 

Tues.; John T. C^ashman. R. S.. 439 E. Third 

St.. S. B.; Jeffrie Boudrot, B. A., and John 

Walsh, B. A.. 12 Kneeland St. 
Paintere, Decorators^ and Paperhangere No. i68. (See 

PaperAafH^s.) 
Paintere No. SS8» Railway Equipment (N. Y., N. H. Sc 

H. R.R.). Harmony Hall. 724 Washington St.; 

1st and 3d Wed.; John J. McCarthy. R. S.. 15 

Lyon St., Dor. 
Paintere No. S91 (Sign Writers). 12 Kneeland St.; 

2d and 4th Mon.; John J. Lynch, R. S., 33 

Hawkins St. ; John F. Welch. B. A.. 89 E. Brook- 

UneSt. 
Painters No. 40t, House and Ship (East Boston). 

Central Hall. C^entral Sq., E. B.; Mon.; AUred 

Fugleetad. K. S.. 52 Rock VaUey Av., Everett. 
Painters, Deeoratore, and Paperhangere No. 666 (Hyde 

Park). Lyric HaU, E. River St.. H. P.; 1st and 

3d Fri: Charles O. Roberts. R. S.. 27 Albion St. 
Pants Makers No. 173. (See Garment Workers No. 

173, United.) 
Paper Box Makers No. 14497. 987 Washington St.; 

3d Sun.; George W. Canning, S., 19 RusaeU Ct., 

Maiden. 
Paperhangere No. 968. Harmony HaU, 724 Wash- 
ington St.; Mon.; A. H. Lawford, R. S., 156 

L St., 8. B. 
Park Department Employeee No. 19436. 987 Wash- 
ington St.; 4th Sun.; Edward J. McLaughUo, 

8., 490 Bennington St., E. B. 
Park Employeee Assembly No. 7676. 987 Washing- 
ton St.; 1st Sun.; Patrick McKensie, M. W.. 228 

Chestnut Av., J. P. 
Pailern Makers Association of Boston and Vicinity. 

Templar HaU, 724 Washington St.; Tues.; F. C. 

CbapUn. 8.. 248 Neponset Av.. Dor.; W. A. 

Clough, B. A.. Room 410, 665 Washington St. 
PaMr« No. 1. 987 Washington St.; 1st and 3d 

Thurs.; PhiUp F. McGinn, F. 8. and B. A., 20 

Adams PI., Rox. 
Pavers Association (City of Boston). 987 Washing- 
ton St.; 3d Fri.; Edward F. Simpson, F. S.. 8 

Conant Pt., Rox. 
Pavers Assembly No. 1639. 228 Tremont St. ; 1st and 

3d Sun.; Stephen Costello. 8. and B. A., 209 

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Pavino DtvartmtrU Bmployee9 A9aembly No, 0816, 
Barbers Hall. 1125 Waabiogton St.; 2d Wed.; 
Comeliua J. Donovan, 8., 34 Frands St., Roz.; 
John H. McCarthy. M. W., 18 Pleasant St., 
Dor. 

Ptfnal Inthtulion Department EmpioyMa No. 776. 
School Hall, Deer Island; 1st Mon. and 3d 
Fri.; Patrick Shlels. R. 8.. 398 K St., S. B. 

Photo-Engravert No. S. Elks Upper Hall, 24 Hay- 
ward PI.; 1st Sun.; John F. Maguire, F. S, and 
B. A.. 414 Medford St., Somerville. 

Piano and Pumitw$ Monert and Helpers No. 94S. 
(See Teanutert No. $4S.) 

Piano and Organ Worker* No. 19. 987 Washington 
St.; 2d Tues.; William Sanborn, S., 1249 Broad- 
way, W. Somerville. 

Pladerere No. 10 (Operative) . Paine Memorial Bldg., 
llAppletonSt.; let and 3d Wed.; James O'Con- 
nor, F. S.. 1053 Saratoga St., E. B.; Arthur P. 
Doyle. B. A., 106 Fremont St.. Somerville. 

Plagterera Tenders No. 164. (See Hod Carriers and 
Building Laborerg No. 164-) 

Plate Printere No. 5. (See Steel and Copper Plate 
Printers No. 5.) 

Plumbers No. IS. 987 Washington St.; Mon.; 
Thomas L. Pratt, S. and B. A. 

Plumbers No. 176. (See Gas Fiiiers, Fixture Fitters, 
and Hangers.) 

Plumbers No. 697. (See SUamfiUers and Helpers.) 

Press Feeders and Helpers. (See Franklin Associa' 
tion No. 18.) 

Printing Pressmen and Assistants No. 5. (See WA 
Pressmen.) 

Printing Pressmen and Assistants No. 18. (See Frank- 
lin Association.) 

Printing Pressmen No. 67. Elks Hall, 24 Hayward 
PL; 4th Wed.; J. Frank O'Hare. S. and B. A., 
258 Washington St. 

Public Grounds Department Employees No. 1B4S4- 
Vernon Hall, 1208 Tremont St.; Ist Tues.; 
Joseph P. Kilday, Pres.. 17 Kennoy St., Roz. 

Public Works Department Employees. (See Sub- 
Foremen's Association.) 

Railroad Building Mechanics No. 1. Engineers Hall, 
164 Canal St.; 1st Thurs.; Neal E. Doherty, 
R. 8.. 15 Minot St., N. Wobum. 

Railroad Carpenters. (See Carpenters No. 190S.) 

Railroad Freight Handlers. (See Freight Handlers.) 

Railroad Machinists. (See Machinists No. 667.) 

Railroad Machinists Helpers No. 914. (See Machine 
iste Helpers No. 914) 

Railroad Sheet Metal Workers. (See Sheet Metal 
Workers No. S7B.) 

Railroad Signalmen: Bunker Hill Lodge No. 6 iB.&. 
M.R.R.). 188 Hanover St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; 
N. Wool, 8. T.. 15 Sheafe St., MMewood, 
Maiden. 

Railroad Signalmen: Pioneer Lodge No. 6 (N.Y., N. H. 
A H. R.R.). Pilgrim HaU, 12 Kneeland St.; 
Ist and 3d Sat.; John Collins, R. 8.. Sprague St., 
ReadviUe. 

Railroad Station Agents: Boston Division No. 1 (B. Sc 
M.R.R.). 164 Canal St.; SdSun.; J.E.Jones, 
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Raihroad Station Agents: BoHon Division No. f (B. & 
A.R.R.). United SUtes Hotel; 4th Sun.; H.S. 
Hilts, 8., NewtoD Highlands. Mass. 

Railroad Station Agents: Consolidated Divieicn No. S 
(N. Y.. N. H. & H. R.R.). United Stotee Hotel; 
2d Sat.; P. H. Phinney. S., Monument Beach. 
Mass.; J. H. Weir, Treas.. Canton. Maas. 

Railroad Station Agents: Worcester Division No. 4 
(B. db A. R.R.) . Boston, Springfield or Pittafield 
on call; 3d Sun.; J. L. Charditt, 8., Charlton 
Depot, Charlton, Mass. 

Railroad Station Employees: Boston A Maine Division 
No. 1. 164 Canal St.; 4th Thurs.; John H. 
O'Hara. R. 8.. 21 Bailey St., Everett. 

Railroad Stationmen (B. A M. R.R.). North Su.; 
3d Tues., Jan.. May, Oct., and Dec.; James A 
Franklin, C. S., 61 Arlington St.. W. Medford. 

Railroad Suritchmen: Constitution Lodge No. tOO. 
150i M St., 8. B. ; 2d and 4th Sun.; E. R. 
Koebe, 8. T., 159 W. Canton St.; George Wise. 
B.A. 

Raibroad'Telegraphers: Boston Diviaion No. 4i (B. & 
M. R.R.). Engineers Hall, 164 Canal St.; 2d 
Sat.; F. C. MoGrath, 8. T.. 16 Water St., Win- 
chester; J. B. Bode. B. A. 

Railroad Telegraphers No. 89 (N. Y.. N. H. A H. 
R.R.). 624 -Washington St.; 1st and 3d Sat.; 
J. H. McDermott, 8. T., 46 Crocker St., Mans- 
field; J. P. Riley, B. A., Adams St., Norwood, 
and Leonard J. Ross, B. A., 15 Sprague St., 
Providence, R. I. 

Railroad Telegraphers No. 166. Rathbone HaU, 694 
Washington St.; 1st Tues. and 3d Sat.; James 
Melville, 8. T., 2 Kearsarge Av., Rox.; E. C. 
Barringer, Gen. Ch., 45 Warren Av. 

Railroad Trainmen: Boston Lodge No. 97. (N. Y., 
N. H. A H. R.R.). Ancient Landmark Hsll. 
3 Boylston PI.; 1st and 4th Sun.; Martin V. 
Brennan, S., 80 Woodlawn St.. J. P.; P. J. 
Moran, Ch., 159 Boston St., Dor. 

Railroad Trainmen: Bunker Hill Lodge No, 404 (B. 
A M. R.R. Freight Service). Memorial Hall. 
14 Green St., Chasn.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Arthur 
H. Deans. Treas.. 273 Medford St., Somerville: 
W. O. Wood. 8. and B. A. 

Railroad Trainmen: City Point Lodge No. 607 (N. 
Y., N. H. A H. R.R. Passenger Service). Odd 
Fellows HaU. 409 Broadway, 8. B.; 2d and 4th 
Sun. ; Charles B. Berger, 8., 345 E. Eighth St., S.B. 

Railroad Trainmen: Puritan Lodge No. 6tl (B. A 
M. R.R.). MUhawum Hall, 11 City Sq.. 
Chasn.; 1st Sun. and 3d Thurs.; W. P. Tanton, 
8., 15 Shirley St., Lexington. 

Railroad Trainmen: Trimouniain Lodge No. 4^ 
(B. A A. R.R.). 10 FrankUn St., AUs.; lit 
and 3d Sun.; E. A. Nicholson, 8., 59 Charltf 
St., Aubumdale. 

Railroad Transfer Messengers and Cleiiis No. 11$S9. 
987 Washington St.; 1st Wed.; Albert F. Harris. 
8., care of Armstrong Transfer Co., North Sta- 

Railway Carmen: Bay State Lodge No, 109 (N. Y.. 
N. H. A H. R.R.). 730 Washington St.; 2d 
Sun.; WiUiam H. Keenan, 8.. 278 RaUrosd 
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RaOway Carmtn: Ba^ Fmw Lodo» No. 67 (N. T., 
N. H. A H. R.R.). PaiiM Memorial HaU, 9 
AppleUm St.; 3d Sun.; John J. Lane, 8.. 107 
Si. Alphonnis St., Rox. 

Baiimoy Carmen: Harbor View Lodoe No, 0M (B. 
& A. RJL). Friendahip Hall, 004 Washington 
St.; last Sun.; M. L. Heeger. Pros.. 77 Earton 
St.. Alk. 

RaOMKy CarmeH: Sotdh Bay Lodge No. 66$. Friend- 
ddp Han, 604 Wsshington St.; 1ft and 
3d Stin.; Richard Moran, 8., 23 Delia Av., 
Rox. 

RaOway Clerke: BoeUm Lodge No. 119 (B. 6c M. 
R.R.). Engineera Hall 164 Canal St.; 1st 
Mon.; George H. Streeter, S., 160 Beyerly 
St. 

RaOway Clerke: Fort Point Lodge No. 117 (B. 6c A. 
R.R.). Elks HaU. 24 Haywaid PI.; 1st Wed.; 
R. F. Shields, S.. Brighton Depot. 

Beilway Clerke: MaeeachveetU Bay Lodge No. 71 
(B. A M. R.R., Freight Department Auditing). 
164 Canal St.; 3d Mon.; J. T. Unwin, F. S., 
152 Causeway St.; F. J. Tagne. Ch. Protectiye 
Committee, 67 Pearson Rd., Somerville. 

fioOKiay Clerke: Northern Union Lodge No. 74 (B. 
A M. R.R., Car Service Department). Revere 
Hottw, Bowdoin Sq.; 1st Tuss.; W. S. An- 
drews, R. S., 343 Ocean Av., Revere. 

Bmheay Clerke: Old Colony Lodge No. 143 (N. Y., 
N. H. 6c H. R.R.). Pilgrim Hall. 604 Wash- 
ington St.; 2d Sim. and 4th Fri.; Patrick £. 
Kelleher, S. and B. A., 16 Roaoh St., Dor. 

Bmlway Conduetore: Bay StaU Dieieion No. 41S. 
Engineers Hall, 164 Canal St.; 1st Son. and 
3d ThwB.; Roysl E. Beal, S. T., 170 Broad- 
way, Lawrence. 

B&iheay Condvetore: Boeton Ditieion No. iff. John 
Winthrcv Hall, 446 Tremont St.; 3d Sun.; 
Joseph Moreao, S. T., 1273 Hyde Park Av.. 
H.P. 

RaAeay Condudore: New England Dieieion No. 167. 
34 Hayward PI.; 4th Sun.; C. W. MerriU. S. 
T.. 20 Evergreen St., Rox. 

BsAtoy Equipment PairUere. (See Painten No. 
338.) 

Baincoat Makere. (See Jnduetrial Workere No. 190.) 

Retail Clerke No. 143 (Drug Clerks) (East Boeton). 
On eall; 2d and 4th Thurs.; H. B. Parkinson, 
C. S. and F. S.. 173 Lexington St., E. B. 

Retail Clerke No. 639 (Roslindale). Fsirview Hall. 
RosKndale; 2d and 4th Tues.; William O. 
Hay, F. S.. 24 Florence St., Ros.; W. L. Kret- 
sdmtar, B. A., Penfield St., Ros. 

Rtlaa Clerke No. 796 (Dry Goods Clerks). Templar 
Han, 724 Washington St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; 
WiUiam £. Lynskey, R. 8., Ox Dana St., Rox.; 
Gustaf W. Bratt, S. T. and B. A., 37 Edson 
St.. Dor. 

tt4aa CUrke No. 1800. £. A. Smith. 8., 66 Wood- 
lawn St., Forest HUls. 
Belml Clerke No. 1313 (Grocery and Provision 
Clerks). 087 Washington St.; 2d and 4th 
Sun.; W. A. Dwyer, C. 8. and F. S. T., 68 
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BetttU Clerke No. 13$S (Newq>aper and Periodical 

Sellers). 7 Warrenton St.; on call; Mrs. 

Helen Howard, Pres., 76 Thomdike St., Rox. 
Boafere No. 60 (Omiposition, Damp, and Waterproof 

Workers). 386 Harrison Av.; 2d and 4th 

Mon.; T. J. Sheehan. B. A., 36 Thomas Pk., 

S. B. 
Raundkottee Employeee Aeeemlbly No. 1063 (B. 6l 

M. R.R.). Hibernian HaU. cor. Union and 

Lawrence Sts.. Chasn.; Charles W. Quinn, 

R. S., 237 Washington St., Maiden. 
RvJUre No. It. 606 Old South Bldg.; 4th Mon.; 

Frank £. Leary. 8.. 581 Ninth St.. 8. B. 
Sail and Awning Maker t No. I4666. Room 5. 3 

Long Wharf; 1st Mon.; Fred Johnson, 8.. 60 

Essex St.. Cambridge. 
SaiUtre Aeeoeiationt Eaeiem and Ovlf (Inc.). 1| 

Lewis St.; Tues.; Percy J. Pryor, 8.; Nels 

Nelsen, B. A. 
Sanitary and Strett Cleaning Departmenl Dritere 

and Hdper§ No. 149. (See Teametere No. 149.) 
Sanitary and Street Cleaning Department EmjAoyeee. 

(See Ben FrankUn AeeenMy No. 6463.) 
Setoer Department Bmployeee No. 680. Harrison 

Hall. 1651 Waahington St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; 

Fred J. Steele. F. S.. 680 Albany St. 
Sheepekin Coat Makere No. i67. (See Garment 

Workere No. 667, United.) 
Sheet Metal Worker m No. 17. Paine Memorial Hall, 

Appleton St.; Mon.; Edward F. X. McCarthy, 

8.; James Moriarty. B. A. 
Shed Metal Workere No. 96. (See CopperemOhe.) 
Sheet Metal Workere No. 133 (Hyde Park). French's 

Han, Hyde Park; semi-monthly: WiUiam Mo- 

Cormick. R. 8., 22 Brookside Av.. J. P. 
Sheet Metal Workere No. 376 (N. Y.. N. H. 6c H. 

R.R.). Naomi HaU, 724 Waahington St.; 3d 

Thurs.; WiUiam A. Cannavan, R. 8., 571 

Tremont St.; James Finnegan, B. A., 137 

Thornton St, Rox. 
Ship Carpentere No. 1671 (East Boston). (See 

Carpenter$ No. 1671.) 
ShiH Waiet Makers No. 49, Ladiee. (See OarmerU 

Workere No. 49, Ladiee.) 
Shoe Repairert No. 380 (B. 6c S. W.). 694 Wash- 
ington St.; on caU; Augustus Hopkins, 8. 

pro tem., 246 Sunmier St. 
Shoe Workers No. 16 (U. 8. W.). 52 Meridian St., 

E. B.; alt. Tuea.; WUliam Watson, B. A. 
Shoe Workers No. 73. (See CuUers No. 73, U. S. W.) 
Shop and Mill Men No. 141O. (See Carpenters No. 

1410.) 
Sign Writers No. 391. (See Painters No. 391.) 
SkiH and Cloak Prsssers No. 16. (See OarmerU 

Workers No. 16, Ladies.) 
Stablemen and Oaragemen No. 367. (See Teamsters 

No. 367.) 
Stair Builders No. 1673. (See Carpenters No. 

1673.) 
Stationary Firemen No. 643. 987 Washington St.; 

2d and 4th Tues.; John E. Patts, R. 8., 27 

Randolph Rd., Mat.; James Fee, B. A., 6 

Minton St., Dor.; Peter Mackey, B. A.. 134 

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SUam Bngineert No. 4. (See HoiitinQ and PortabU 
BngintetB.) 

SUam EngiMtn No. 16. America Hall, 724 Wash- 
ington St.; Fii.; WUIiam Kelly, R. S., 8 Acorn 
St., Cambridce. 

Stoam Enoinoert No. 74- (See Coal HoUHng Sn- 
gineera.) 

SUam Bnginew No. 968 (Mercantile, Down Town). 
Enginens Hall, 905 Washington St.; Thurs.; 
E. L. Munroe, S., 60 Berkeley St. 

StoamfiUer$ No. £». 18 Knedand St.; Mon.; O. E. 
Flynn, S.. 4 Spring Ct., Rox.; John J. Bn^hy, 
B. A., 4 Spring Ct., Rox. 

SioamfitUri No. 76 (N. Y.. N. H. A H. R.R., Read- 
ville). 724 Washington St.; J. Fred Currie, 
S., 58 Reed St., Dedham. 

SioamfiUert and HApera No. 637. 380 Harrison Av.; 
Wed.; Charles R. McCarthy. R. S., 114 ShiUer 
Rd., Dedham; Austin Fales, B. A. 

StoafofiUera Hdpera No. t6. 18 Kneeland St.; 1st 
and 3d Tues.; John Burke, S., 18 Kneeland 
St.; John J. Brophy, B. A., 4 Spring Ct., Rox« 

Stoam Shovd and Drtdgoman No. 14 (East Boston). 
Central Hall, Central Sq., E. B.; 2d Sun.; 
Peter Breen, S. T., 176 Poplar St., Roe. 

Steamahip CUrka. (See Longahoramm No. 811.) 

Stad and Copper Plaia Printara No. S. 087 Wash- 
ington St.; 2d Mon.; Walter A. Burke, R. S., 
22 Whitney St.. Rox. 

SUreotvpera No. B. Elks Hall, 24 Hayward PI.; 
3d Wed.; John J. Sharkey, R. and C. S., 40 
Norton St., Dor. 

Stone Cuttara Aaaocialion, Joumaymen. 386 Harrison 
Av.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Jeremiah J. Connelly. 
R. S., 11 Rollins Ct.; John Stevens, B. A. 

Stone Maaona No. 9. 386 Harrison Av.; Wed.; 
John McLaren, C. S., Chariesbank Homes, 
Charles St.; Patrick J. Walsh, B. A. 

Street and Electric Railioay Employeea No. 689. K. 
of P. Hall, 724 Washington St.; 2d and 4th 
Thurs.; Owen P. Moore, S., 436 Old South 
Bldg.; Matthias J. Nesdale, B. A., 06 Lawn 
St., Rox. 

Suh-Foremen* a AaaoeiaHon (Highway Division of 
Public Works Department). Barbers Hall, 
1125 Washington St.; Ist and 3d Fri.; Martin 
J. Paddem, S., 105 Quincy St., Dor. 

Table OUne Cvttara. (See Glove CtMera, Table.) 

Tailor a No. 1 (Coat Makers). (See Oarment Worktra 
No. 1.) 

Tailora No. 12, Joumej/men. Carpenters Hall, 30 
Hanover St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Frank DeLuca, 
R. S. and B. A., 65 Con well Av., W. Somerville. 

Tailora No. 149 (Lithuanian). (See Oarment Workera 
No. 149.) 

Tailora No. B£6 (Italian). (See Garment Workera 
No. ££6.) 

Teamatera No. £6 (General). 005 Washington St.; 
2d and 4th Sun.; Joseph J. Hunt, S. T., 31 
Thacher St.; Michael J. O'Donnell, B. A., 31 
Thacher St. 

Teamstera No. 68 (Ambulance Drivers and Chauf- 
feurs). 724 Albany St.; 4th Sun.; Eugene S. 
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Teamatera No. 60 (City Department Chauffears). 

Batchelora Hall. 282 Dudley St.; 2d and 4th 

Thurs. ; Timothy J. Kelleher. Pres.. 710 Albany St. 
Teamatera No. 68 (Ck>al Teamsters and Helpers). 

087 Washington St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; John 

F. English, R. S., 2b Union Park St.; John 

R. Lynch. B. A., and John J. Fenton, B. A, 

2b Union Park St. 
Teamatera No. 1£6 (Carriage Drivers and Chauffeurs). 

724 Washington St.; 1st and 8d Sun.; William 

J. Ryan, R. S.. 311 Shawmut Av.; John J. 

Driseoll, B. A.. 311 Shawmut Av. 
Teamatera No. 149 (Sanitary and Street deanmg 

Department Drivers and Helpers). 087 Wa^ 

ington St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; James J. Bums, 

R. S., 20 Webber St., Rox. 
Teamdera No. £69 (Wagon Drivers, Chauffeurs, and 

Helpers). 724 Washington St.; 2d and 4th 

Thurs.; M. J. DriscoU, &. T., 1066 Bennington 

St., E. B. 
Teamatera No. S4S (Piano and Furniture Movers and 

Helpers). 1005 Tremont St., Rox.; 2d and 4th 

Sun.; Patrick J. Steele, S., 15 Elmwood St., Rox. 
Teamatera No. 867 (Stablemen and Garagemen). 

005 Washington St.; 1st Wed. and 3d Sun.; 

Michael Fadden, B. A.. 20 Atlantic St., S. B. 
Teamatera No. 869 (Lumber Teamsters, Tallymen, 

and Handlers). 087 Washington St.; 1st and 

3d Sun.; John F. Sullivan, S. and B. A., 120 

Chestnut St., Chelsea. 
Teamatera No. 879 (Excavators, Sand, Lime, and 

Oment). 087 Washington St.; 1st and 3d 

Sxm.; Harry B. Jennings, S. T. and B. A., 311 

Shawmut Av. 
Teamatera No. 880 (Milk Wagon Drivers). Roughsn 

Hall, City Sq.. Chasn.; J. F. Driseoll, 8. T. 

and B. A., 311 Shawmut Av. 
Teamatera No. 894 (Department Store Drivers and 

Chauffeurs). Cornelius Monahan, S., 311 

Shawmut Av. 
Teamatera No. 896 (Ice Cart Drivers). Washington 

Hall, 005 Washington St.; 1st and 3d Tuei.; 

Frank A. Davis, S. T. and B. A.; office, 311 

Shawmut Av.; residence, 2 Olendale Ter., J. P. 
Teamatera No. 61£ (Transfer Drivers and Helpers). 

087 Washington St.; 2d Thurs.; Frank M. 

Teahan, R. S., 271 Albany St. 
Teamatera No. 681 (Market and Commission House 

Teamsters). Hibernian Hall, Union St., Chssn.; 

2d Thurs.; Eugene S. Mehagan, S.. 80 Essex 

St., Chasn. 
Teamatera No. 660 (Laundry Wagon Drivers). 094 

Washington St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Harry 

WUder, S., 054 Mass. Av. 
Telephone InatalUra No. 14£, (See Blectrieal Workert 

No, 14£-) 
Telephone Operatora: Siib Local No. 1 of Sleotrieal 

Workera No. 108. 7 Warrenton St., afternoons; 

087 Washington St., evenings; 2d and 4th 

Fri.; Miss Catherine T. Tiemey, R. S., 00 

Hecla St.. Dor. 
Theatriccd Stage Employeea No. 11. Pilgrim Hsll. 

604 Washington St.; 4th Sun.; John J. Bany> 

C. and F. S. and B. A., 75 Albany St. 



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Thuirical Stage ITmpIoyM* No. 189, (See Mcitino 

Pidun Optratcri.) 
TUt Laven No. If, Cflromte, Mooaie, and Snoauttie. 

Paine Memoxial Hall. Appleton St.; 1st and 

3d Fxi; Thomae CalUhan, 8., 386 Harriaon 

At. 
ftZe loycrt Hdpen No. S6, Coramie^ Momie, and 

Bfkeaudic. Paine Memorial Hall. Appleton 

St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Bartholomew Ryan, 

Trees., 386 Harrison At. 
Tobacco Strippers. (See Ciffar Paetory and Tobacco 

Strippera No. 8166.) 
Tranntlantic Stoawuhip Clerke No. 811, (See 

LoHgdioremen No. 811.) 
Tmufer Driwere and Hdpere No. 61M. (See Team- 

der* No. 61M.) 
Tmufer Menengcre and Clerke. (See Railroad 

Trantfer Meeeengere and Clerke No. 11089.) 
Typographical No. IS. Faneuil Hall. Faneuil Hall 

Sq.: 4th Sun.; John O. Battia, S. and B. A., 

321 Old South Bldff. 
VvhUUrere No. S7 (Wholesale). Upholsterers Hall, 

&3 Hanover St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; S. Cohn, 

8., 7 Plant Av., J. P.; Edwin E. Graves, B. A. 
VphdeUrer* No. 6S. Upholsterers Hall, 53 Hanover 

St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Edwin E. Graves, S. 

sndB. A. 
Vv^aitUttn No. 84 (Awnings, etc.). Upholsterers 

Hall, 53 Hanover St.; 1st and 8d Mon.; Miss 

May (^ughlin, S., 60 Mountain A v.. Revere; 

Edwin £. Grayee, B. A. 
UfheUUrere No. 100 (Carpet Mechanics). Up- 
holsterers Hall, 53 Hanover St.; 1st and 3d 

Wed.; M. P. Vaughn, S., 33 Withington St., 

Dor.; Edwin E. Graves. B. A. 
Vphcltterere No. 118, Car (N. Y., N. H. db H. R.R., 

ReadviUe). Upholsterers Hall. 53 Hanover St.; 

2d Thon.; J. Vath, S.; Edwin E. Gravee, B. A. 
y*d Makere No. 179. (See OarmetU Workere No. 

17f, UniUd.) 
^090^ Drieere, Chauffeure, and Hdpere. (See 

Teamelere No. 269.) 
^aid Makere. (See Garment Workere No. 49.) 
Waiten No. 80. (See Hotel and Reetauront Em- 

Vloyeee No. 80.) 
^oikrt, Jewieh. (See Induetrial Workere No. 116.) 
^oter Workere AeeenMy No. 1927. 1229 Washing- 
ton St; Timothy J. DriscoU, F. S.. 14 Medford 

St. CSiasn. 
^oter Workere No. 690. St. Rose HaU. 17 Worces- 
ter St.; 3d Wed.; Lawrence Murphy, C. S., 

Adams St., Dor. 
^«b Preeemen No. S. Investigation Hall, Appleton 

8t; 3d Tues.; F. W. Dunn, C. and F. S., 41 

Webster St., Alls. 
Wharf and Bridge CarperUere No. 1S9S. (See Car- 

petUere No. 1S9S.) 
WiUow, Reed, and Rattan Workere No. 14666. Sher- 

vood Hall, 188 Hanover St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 

Vineeot S. Pote, Ch. Trustees, 18 Chestnut St., 

CTbdsea. 
^ood Careere AeeodaHon. Templar Hall, 724 

Wadungton St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Richard M. 

Murphy, S., 500 £. Sixth St., S. B. 



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Boot and Shoe Workere No. 143 (Mixed) (S. Braintree). 
Hampton House Blk.; 1st and 8d Tues.; Wil- 
liam J. Madden, F. S. and B. A., 3 French Av., 
S. Braintree. 

CarpeiUere No. 1660 (S. Braintree). B. and S. W. 
Hall, Hammond House; 2d and 4th Fri.; James I. 
Peers, R. S., 52 Water St., E. Weymouth; Laroy 
W. Beedle, B. A., 208 Allen St., E. Braintree. 

Induetrial Workere No. 34 (E. Braintree). Peter 
Cornier. S.. 57 Allen St.. E. Braintree. 

BridfawAiar. 
Boot and Shoe Workere No. 367. Elwell Blk. ; on call 

of Pres.; Royal F. Dano, F. S., Box 142; James 

Mxirphy. B. A., Box 142. 
Carpenters No. 1046. Elwell Block; 1st and 3d Tues.; 

W. F. Swift, S., Pleasant St. 
Patnters. Deooraiare, and Paperhangere No. 1067. 

Elwell Blk.; Thurs.; Arthur Provost, Pres., 75 

g^pringSt. 

BEOOKTON. 
Bakere and Con/eetionere No. 180. Irish National 

Foresters Hall, 9 E. Elm St.; 2d and 4th Sat.; 

Leon Butler, C. and R. 8., 66 Highland St., 

Bartholomew Egan. B. A.. 9 Railroad Av.; 

Campello. 
Bakery Wagon Drieers No. 67. Culinary Alliance 

HaU. 43 Main St.; 2d Tues.; Daniel H. PhiUips, 

R. S., 62 Crescent St.; Joseph Fitspatrick, 

B. A.. 101 Cross St. 
Bar6«r« No. 938. 13 E. Elm St.; 4th Tues.; P. J. 

Sheehan. F. S. and B. A., 539 Main St. 
Blaekemithe No. 916. Teamsters Hall, 140 Court St. ; 

Ist and 3d Mon.; Denis O. Shea, R. S., 282 No. 

Montello St. 
Boot and Shoe Workere No. 38 (Mixed) (B. A 8. W.). 

52 Ontre St. ; 2d and 4th Wed. ; John P. Meade, 

B.A. 
Boot and Shoe Workere No. 393 (Shoe Repairers). 

43 Main St., Rm. 6; 1st and 3d Mon.; John J. 

Holland. F. S.. 579 Main St. 
Bricklayere and Plaeterere No. 6. Bricklayers and 

Plasterers Hall. 19 E. Elm St.; Thurs.; F. J. 

Marden. S.. 202 Dover St. 
Building Laborers No. 13. 13 E. Elm St.; 1st and 3d 

Sat.; William H. Shaw, 8.. 94 E. Railroad Av.; 

Frank Kittredge. B. A., 38 Walnut St. 
Carpenters No. 694, 28 Main St.; Mon.; Walter 

Pratt. S. and B. A., 461 N. Quinoy St. 
City Bmployeee Union. Irish National Foresters 

Hall, 9 E. Elm St.; 2d Thurs.; Michael Creeden, 

Pres., 100 Grove St. 
Clothing and Shoe Clerke No. 6O4, 43 Main St.; 4th 

Thurs.; (George L. Carr, S. T. and B. A., 85 

Grafton St. 
Culinary AUiance, (See Hotel and Reetaurant J?in- 

ployeee No, 161,) 
Cutters No. 36 (B. A 8. W.). 57 C^entre St.; let and 

3d Thurs.; Daniel F. Whalen, 8., 91 N. Leyden 

St.; W. E. Jocoy, F. 8. and B. A., 80 Ward St. 
Cutting Die and Cutter Makers No. 307. Irish Na- 
tional Foresters HaU, 13 E. Elm St.; 2d Fri.; 

Leonard 8. Rants, R. 8.. 56 Turner St. 



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Drwa^-i and Packeri No. 365 (B. A 8. W.). Eaffle 

Hfldl, 67 Centra St.; 2d Mon.; Dennis £. Mo- 

Carthy, F. S. and B. A., 21 Pariah Bldg. 
Dry OoodM CUrkt No. eOS. Masonic Hall; IstandSd 

Tues.; Clarence Faulkner, 8. T., Bridgewater; 

Arthur Keyes, B. A., 43 Main St. 
Sdgemakert No. 218 (B. A 8. W.). 28 Main St.; 

Ist and 3d Thurs.; Thomas C. Farrell. 8. and 

B.A. 
EUutio Ooring Weavers. Co-operative Hall, 426 No. 

Warren Av.; 2d Tues.; Alfred Haughton, 8., 50 

Cherry St. 
EUetrieal Workers No. 2»3. B. T. C. HalU 126 Main 

St.. Rm. 26; Albert H. Searles, R. 8., 30 Hamil- 
ton St. 
EUetrieal Workers No. 499 (Telephone Workers). 

L. O. O. M. HaU, 138 Main St.; let and 3d Wed.; 

F. B. Goodwin, Pres. and B. A., 10 Day At. 
Finishers No. S7 (B. A S. W.) . Eagle HaU, Main St. ; 

let and 3d Mon.; Frank Moriarty, 8. and B. A., 

22 Parish Bldg. 
^aniU CuUers. Walter Burnett, Dist. Officer, 30 

Farrington St. 
<3roeery and Provision Clerks No. $68. 43 Main St., 

Rms. 7 and 8; Ist and 3d Wed.; A. M. Eeyes, 

B.A. 
Hederst Sluogers, Breasters, and Shavers No. S70 (B. A 

8. W.). Foresters Hall, E. Elm St.; 1st and 2d 

Mon.; F. W. FarreU, F. 8., T., and B. A.. 93 J 

Montello St. 
Hotel and Restaturant Employees No. 181. 43 Main 

St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; Mrs. LenaDrisooll, R. 8.; 

Charles J. McCarthy, B. A. 
Lasters No. 100 (B. A 8. W.). Eagle Hall, 67 Centre 

St.; Fri.; Frank Simpson, F. 8., 307 Satuoket 

Blk.; William J. Collins, B. A., 307 Satucket Blk. 
Lathers No. IBS. Washburn Blk., Main St.; 1st and 

3d Mon.; Edward English, 8., Cor. Centre and 

Everett Sts. 
Laundry Wagon Drivers No. B7i. Culinary Alliance 

Hall, 43 Main St.; 2d Tues.; John F. Gardner, 

R. 8., 1011 Warren Av.; Louis PoUioan, B. A., 

35 Court St. 
Laundry Workers No. 64. Treers Hall, 26 Centre St. ; 

2d and 4th Thurs.; P. F. Hanley, F. 8.. 155 

Crescent St. 
Machinists No. 176. 126 Main St.. Rm. 26; 1st and 

3d Thurs.; E. E. Libby, R. 8., 47 Wheeler Av. 
Musicians Proteelive No. 138. 6 Main St., Rm. 1; 

Ist and 3d Sun.; Walter M. Steele, 8. 
Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 996. 

Emmet Hall, E. Ehn St.; Tues.; Frank Kit- 

tredge, B. A., 38 Walnut St. 
Plumbers No. $76. Orpheum Theatre Bldg., E. Elm 

St.; Mon.; J. J. Callahan, R. 8., 11 Snell PI. 

Frank Kittredge. B. A.. Washburn Blk. 
Printing Pressmen No. 109. Arcade Bldg., Main St. 

2d Tues.; R. A. Gould, 8. T.. 06 Moraine St. 
Roofers Protective Nos. 94 and 98. 2d and 4th Thurs. 

D. H. Barry, S.. 39 Prospect St. 
Sheet Metal Workers No. 948. Washburn Blk., 

Main St.; Tues.; A. L. Doten, F. 8., 216 No, 

Pearl St.; Frank O. Kittredge, B. A., 38 Wal- 
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Skivers No. 406 (fi. A S. W.). 43 Main St.. Rms. 

7 and 8; 1st and 3d Mon.; Harry A. Tyler, F. 

8. and B. A. 
Sole Leather Workers No. 74 (B. A 8. W.). B. and 

8. W. U. Hall, 62 Centre St.; 2d and 4th Toes.; 

J(^m P. Meade, F. 8. and B. A. 
Solefasteners and Roughrounders No. Ill (B. A S. W.). 

Parish Bldg., Rm. 20, 23 Main St.; 2d and 4th 

Mon.; Emmet T. Walls, F. 8. and B. A.. Box 

409. 
Special Police Aesoeiation, Home Bank Bldg., Msio 

St.; William H. Ricker, 8. T., 160 Foreat Av. 
Stationary Firemen No. 47. 13 E. Elm St.; 1st 

Fri. and 3d. Sun.; T. F. HefFeman, F. S., 833 

8. Main St. 
Steam and Oasfitters No. 316. B. T. C. Hall, 136 

Main St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; A. R. Gardner, 

8., 162 Foster St. 
SUam Engineers No. 501. Engineers Hall, 47 Centre 

St.; FrL; Roderick Donnell, C. 8., 84 Foster 

St. 
Stitchers Union No. 154 (B. A a W.). Maiston 

Bldg.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Michael A. Oaffrey, 

F. S., First Parish Bldg., Rm. 23; James Daffy, 

B. A., First Parish Bldg. 
Stonemasons No. 14, Orpheum Theatre Bldff., K 

Elm St.; 1st and 3d Sat.; Dennis Eelleher. 

F. 8., 30 Foster St. 
Street and Electric Railway EmpUtyeee No. 936. 

Foresters Hall, 64 Main St.; 8d Mon.; J. 0. 

Macomber, R. 8., 44 Tremont St. 
Tailore No. 105. Arcade Bldg., Main St.; Ist 

Mon.; Peter Nesbitt, 8., 23 Centre St. 
Teamatere No. 193. Teamsters HaU, 140 Court 

St.; 1st Tues.; Joseph J. Dobby, R. 8., 229 

No. Montello St.; Louis W. Pelaquin, B. A.. 

138 Court St. 
Theatrical Stage Employees No. 149. Arcade Bldg.; 

3d Tues.; John Kenney, 8., Hathaway 'e Theatre; 

Charies Reed. B. A., Empire Theatre. 
Treers No. 36 (B. A 8. W.). 26 Centre St.; 1st and 

3d Fri.; Patrick McEntee, B. A. 
Typographical No. 994. Garde d'Honneur Hall. 13 

North Main St.; 2d Tues.; John A. Hanoock, 

8. T., 1133 N. Main St., Montello. 
Vampers No. 966 (B. A 8. W.). 23 Main St., Rm. 

24; 2d Mon.; Walter M. Steele, F. 8. and B. A. 

Brookfleld 

Boot and Shoe Workers No. 959 (Mixed). Union 
Room, Old Library Bldg.; 1st Tues.; A. H. 
Bellows, F. 8., Brookfleld, Mass. 

Brookllne. 

Carpenters No. 438. 178 Washington St.; Mon.; 

William H. Walsh, 8. and B. A. 
Hod Carriers ar%d Building Laborers No. 301. 178 

Washington St.; 2d Sun.; Thomas J. Me- 

Laughlin, 8., 1 Walter Av. 
Industrial Workers No. 574 (Propaganda onioo). 

13 Florence St.; Mon.; John F. Nason, 8. T., 

12 Homer St. 



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FabiUn, D^eoratort, and Papathanotn No. 709. 

178 WMhincton St.; let and 8d Wed.; James 

McAvenia, F. S., 39 Barrett St., Rerere. 
Town BmpUn/f No. It640. Goddard Hall, 178 

Waehiiicton St.; let and 8d Sun.; Frank J. 

Croban, R. 8., 43 Boylaton St. 

GAMBBIDOI. 

BoOtrwtaktn: UnUortiiy City Lodgo No. SIS. (See 
Bovroir.) 

Bookhmden No. M4. Cambridce HaU, 631 MaMar 
ehuaetts Av.; 4th ThufB.; Daniel A. MuUen, 
8.. Box 31, Sta. A.; William S. MuUen. B. A., 
51 Beech Glen St., Roxbury. 

BookMndvNo.iOT. G. A. R. Hall, Central Sq.; 2d 
Tuea.; Ehaabeth Canavan. R. S. and B. A.. 
19 Neptune Rd., East Boeton. 

BriMaym-tt Momom, and PUuUrtn No. S4' Downey 
Han, Windaor and Cambridce Sta.; Daniel 
Sullivan, Pres., 119 Spring St., Eaat Cam- 
bridge. 

BuUdmg Laborert No. t9S. Raymond Hall. Massa- 
ehusetta At.; 1st Sun.; Michael J. Donohue, 
F. S., 14« Hamilton St. 

CcrpenltTB No. 441- Cambridge Lower Hall, 631 
Massaehuaetts Av.; Wed.; R. D. Sullivan, 
R. S., Ill Concord Av.; J. F. Toomey, B. A., 
234 Sycamore St., Waverley. 

CorpenUtt No. 166S (North (Cambridge). Fraternity 
Hall, 2107 Massachusetts Av.; Tues.; Thomas 
8. Babineau, R. S., 70 Porter Rd.; J. F. Toomey, 
B. A., 234 Sycamore St., Waverley. 

City Employees No. 8t79. Cambridge Lower Hall, 
631 Massachusetts Av.; 1st and 3d Mon.; 
M. D. Collins, Pres.. 235 Upland Rd. 

Mvd CtOUrt and Butcher Workmen No. 109 (Sau- 
sage Makers). Sixth and Spring Sts.; 2d 
Sun.; Herman Olfke. S., 26 Granville Av., 
Medford. 

Meat Cvttert and Butcher Workmen No. S8S. Bacon 
Hall, Union Sq.. Somerville; 2d Wed. and 4th 
Sun.; Michael Powers, F. S. and B. A., 915 
Cambridge St. 

Mutieiant Atttmbly No. 1831 (K. of L.). Cor. Pros- 
pect St. and Maaaachuaette Av.; Fri.; WiUiam 
F. Carmiehael, B. A., 671 Maaaachuaetta Av.; 
Thomaa H. Canning, Diat. M. W., 228 Tremont 
St, Bo8t<m. 

Pamtert No. 661. 40 Pro^wct St.; 2d and 4th 
ThuTs.; Henry A. Pitts, T., 2052 Massachusetts 
Av., N. Camb. 
Rub^ Workers No. 14661. P. Hurley, S., 74 Tudor 

St, 8. Boston. 
Snttr Worker* No. 996. Downey Hall, Windaor and 
Cambridge Sta.; 2d Sat; Joseph Landers, C. 
B., 43 School St 

Canton. 

Carprnta-M No. 1764. Canton Catholic C^ub Hall, 
Washington St.; Fri.; S. Marsden, R. 8.. 263 
Neponset St.; Benjamin S. BoUes, B. A., Box 
135, Sharon. 



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Paintertt Doeoratortt and Paperhangert No. 7S4» 
Stoughton; Thurs.; Walter E. Pierce, S., Box 
174, Sharon. 

Ohalmaford. 

Oranito CuUert (West Chelmaford). Hiatorieal Hall, 
Weat Chelmaford: lat Thura. after 15th; John 
Bume. C. S., Box 136, Weat Chelmaford. 

Pawinif Cutters No. 90 (Weat Chelmaford). Town 
Hall, N. Chelmaford; 2d Mon.; Gua Swanaon, 
S., Weatford, Maaa. 

Quarry Workers No. 98 (Weat Chelmaford). Mar- 
ahala Hall, W. Chelmaford; 3d Mon.; Arthur 
Church, C. S. and B. A., Box 64, W. Chelma- 
ford. 



Bool and Shoe Workers No. 979 (Mixed). 253 Broad- 
way; 2d and laat Tuea.; Walter G. Auatin, S. 
253 Broadway. 

Carpenters No. 443- K. of P. HaU, 220 Broadway; 
Mon.; A. E. Prouase. S.. 33 Cook Av.; Charles 
Noel, B. A., 96 Grove St. 

Carpenters No. 067 (Hebrew). 108 Park St.; Tues.; 

A. Kline, S., South St.; Hainan Disler, B. A., 
66 Essex St. 

CUy Employees No. 68. A. O. H. Hall, 13 Fifth St; 
2d Mon.; David Colemon, R. S., 89 Ontral Av. 

Iron Molders No. 199. Union Hall. 220 Broadway; 
4th Fri.; Jeremiah F. McCarthy, C. R., 118 
Bennington St., East Boston; William John, 

B. A., 25 Wilbur St., Everett. 

Painters^ Deeoratorst and Paperhangers No. 696. 

108 Park St.; Ist and 3d Tues.; Philip Bes- 

dansky, F. S., 21 Chestnut St. 
Retail Clerks No. 88. A. O. H. Hall. 15a Fifth St.; 

1st and 3d Mon.; F. M. Winchester, S. T., 56 

Library St. 
Shoe Workers No. 16 (Mixed) (U. S. W.). 15 Meridian 

St.. East Boston; Tues.; Joseph Belin. S. T., 

120 Boylston St., Maiden; William H. Watson, 

B. A., 14 Ridgeway St., Lynn. 

Street and Electric Railioay Employees No. 940. K. of 

C. Hall, Chelsea Sq.; 2d and 4th Tues.; J. J. 
Walsh, R. S.. 50 Femwood Av., Revere; Everett 

A. Burrill, Pleasant St., Revere. 

Teamsters No. 949. 220 Broadway; Ist and 3d Sun. ; 
John J. Diamond, S. T., 90 Webster Av. 

Ohattar. 

Granite Cutters: Chester Branch. Town Hall; 1st 

Mon.; Frank Austin, S. T. 
Paving Cutters No. 19. At quarry; 15th of month; 

Aleck A. Mitchell. R.S., R.F.D., No. 1. Chester. 

CHIOOPKK. 

Barbers No. 199. Red Mens Hall, Main St. , Chicopee 
Falls; last Thurs.; Louis Daigneault, S. and 

B. A., 146 Broadway, Chicopee Falls. 
Bartenders No. 116. Hibernian Hall, Exchange St.; 

2d and 4th Sun.; Antoine Huoit, S., 9 Grove 
St. 
Carpenters No. 686. Canadian Hall, 35i Ontre St.; 
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Ir<m Mcidert No. 117. K. of C. HftU, Exchange St.; 

Ist and dd Fri.; M. A. Morrissey, C. R., 39 

School St. 
Loomfixert No. 17, 216 Exchange St.; alt. Fri.; 

Joseph Delahtmt, S.. 1 CooUdge Rd. 
Lootufixert No. 981. St. Michaels Hall. 80 Market 

St.; last Fri.; Michael Dooley. Pres., 8 West 

Main St., Chicopee Falls; Thonms Perkins, 

B. A., 82 Ellerton St., Chicopee Falls. 
Paintert, DeeoratorM, and Papvhangwrt No. BOB. 

A. O. H. Hall, Exchange St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; 
Paul J. Plant, R. S., 250 Centre St. 

Clinton. 

BarberM No. 66$. 168 Church St.; last Fri.; Harry 
O. Winn, C. and F. S., 27 Laurel St. 

Bartenders No. £79. Gieeleys Blk., 7 High St.; last 
Sun.; Patrick Ruane. R. S., 147 Church St. 

Bricklayers^ Masons, and Plasterers No. $3. Johnson 
Hall, High and Union Sts.; Mon.; John Qlynn, 

C. S., Simon Ct. 

Carpenters No. 868. Greeleys Blk.; Thurs.; M. 
J. King, R. S., 28 Fairmount St.; D. S. Curtis, 

B. A., 21 Madison St., Worcester. 
Loomfixers No. 81 (Cotton). Foresters Hall, High 

St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Charles F. Janda, R. S., 

370 Water St. 
Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 4^4- 

Room 8, Johnson Blk., 7 High St.; 2d and 4th 

Tues.; Arthur J. Daniels, R. S., 264 Hi|^ St.; 

Thomas W. Downey, B. A., 65 Park St. 
Railroad Tdegraphers No. 104 (Ayer Divinon). 

Hotel Oxford; 3d Sun.; James P. Rutledge, 

S. T., Box 174. 

Oohaiset. 

Carpenters No. 11»S. Bates Hall; 2d and last Tues.; 
A. L. MoGaw, R. S.. Box 142; L. W. Beedle, B. 
A., 208 Allen St., East Braintree. 

Gonoord. 

Carpenters No. 1693. Urquhart Hall, Main St.; 

Wed.; George E. Maoomber, F. S., Union St. 
Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. £39. 

Carpenters Hall, Main St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; 

James J. Mara, R. and F. S., 34 Bedford St.; 

J. M. Bulger, B. A., Lexington St. 

Dan^wn. 

Carpenters No. 960. Essex Blk., 73 Elm St.; Wed.; 
James L. Fullerton, F. S., 32 Locust St.; Charles 
N. Kimball, B. A., and Michael O'Brien, B. A., 
73 Washington St., Salem. 

Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. £46. 
Carpenters Hall, Maple St.; Mon.; George 
Pierce, R. S., Cor. Purchase and Lawrence Sts. 

DadliMn. 

Carpenters No. 89£. Danforth Blk., Room 0; 
Mon.; Charies J. Dwyer, R. S., Thomas St., 
E. Dedham. 



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Stonemasons No. 4£. Stanford Hall, Washington 
St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Raymond Monahaa, 
C. S., 480 Nahatan St., Norwood. 

Street and Electric Railtoay Employees No. 373. Odd 
FeUows HaU, 620 High St.; 1st Wed.; Harry 
Conlon, R. S.; Percy A. Chamberlain, B. A, 
78 Sanderson At., E. Dedham. 

iMthampton. 

Building Laborers No. 41- German Hall. Clark 

St.; 2d Thurs.; Lucius Cody. Pres.. 41 Claric 

St. 
Carpenters No. 137£. German HaU, Clark St; 

2d and 4th Fri.; Albert J. Abraham. F. S.. 20 

Green St.; Raymond T. Parsons. B. A., East 

St. 
Elastic Ooring Weavers (Easthampton Branch). 

German Hall, Clark St.; 3d Mon.; Harry 

Moore, S., S. Park St. 

last Longmeadow. 
Quarry Workers No. 30. Town HaU; 3d Tues.; J. 
A. Johnson, C. S., Box 14. 

laston (NoBTH Easton). 

Boot and Shoe Workers No. 366 (Mixed) (B. A S. W.). 
KeUys HaU, Centre St.; 4th Mon.; CarlNyquist, 
S., 21 Resmolds St. 

Carpenters No. 784 (North Easton). Spoonen HaU. 
(>ntre St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; P. D. Wood- 
worth, R. S., Box 661. 

Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 7M8. 
Spooners HaU, Centre St.; 1st Wed.; John F. 
Barrett, F. and R. S., N. Easton. 



Carpenters No. 780. Foresters HaU, Everett 8q.; 
Wed.; E. C. Jones, S., Box 61; J. A. Corkum, 

B. A.. 87 Ferry St. 

Carpenters No. 669 (Hardwood Finishers). (See 
Boston.) 

Chemical Workers Union. Owls HaU, Everett 
Springs; on call, semi-monthly; Edward A 
Mahoney, S. and B. A., 141 Broadway. 

Highxoay Department Laborers No. I4IB6. K of 

C. HaU, School St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; James J. 
SuUivan. R. S., 16 Clark St. 

FALL miVIB. 

Barbers No. 331. Bartenders HaU, Borden BUc, S. 

Main St.; last Mon.; Madest P. Martel, R. 

S., 823 S. Main St.; WlUiam Walworth. B. A.. 

Warren and Rodman Sts. 
Bartenders No. 99, Room 34, Borden BUc, S. Main 

St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; P. J. MuUins, S. T. and 

B. A., 06 Canonious St. 
Bottlers and Drivers No. 169. Hibernian HsII, 

Columbian Bldg., 318 S. Main St.; 1st and 3d 

Wed.; John HoUeran, F. S., 01 Dyer St. 
Brewery Workers No, 137. Columbian Hall, 318 S. 

Main St.; 2d and last Wed.; James E. Green' 

wood, F. S. and B. A., 1601 S. Main St. 



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Briddayert, MatotMt and PUuUrerB No. 11. Loary 

Bldf.. 16 Hartwell St.; Wed.; Patrick Oiblin, 

C. S.. Box 565; James F. MoMay. Prei., 23 

linden St. 
Cord Room ProUeUve A99oeiai%on No. S9. Weavers 

Hall. 142 Seoond St.; 2d and 4th Toes.; James 

TaoMj. S. and B. A., Box 353. 
CarpenUn No. t£S. Talbot Blk., 66 S. Main St.; 

Fri.; Joseph Perron, B. A., 16 Hartwoll St. 
CarpenUn No. 1306 (French). 16 Hartwell St.; 

Wed.; Joeeph Verina, R. S.* 157 Irving St.; 

Jowph Perron, B. A., 24 Reney St. 
Cigar MaJUrs No. 4^4. Weavers Hall, 142 Seoond 

Si; 4th Thurs.; George B. PoUard. F. S., 105 

Locust St. 
Citv EmpUfyetM No. 34 (A. F. of L. No. 12,876). 

Campbell Bldg.. S. Main St.; semi-monthly; 

Thomas P. Gorman, F. S., 208 Teomnseh St. 
CoOm MuU Spinnert Auociation No. 1. Samuel 

Hyde Bldg., 42 Second St.; 2d Wed.; Thomas 

O'Donnefl, S. T., Box 203. 
Eltdrieal Workers No. 437. Cittaena Savings Bank 

Bldg., Main and Bedford Sts., Rm. 9; 1st and 

3d Wed.; Charles E. Dutton, R. S., 567 Third 

St.; John E. Sullivan, B. A., 1029 Plymouth 

Av. 
foUert No. 880. Hibernian Hall. 29 Borden Blk.; 

2d and 4th Fri.; David A. Maitland. C. S. and 

a A.. 259 Broadway. 
Oarvunt Workers No. 109, Ladies. 448 Columbia 

8t; Fri.; Miss Lola O'ConneU, S., 192 State 

At. 
QrmiU Cutters: PaU Riser Branch. Weavers Hall, 

142 Seeond St.; Fri on or after 15th; John 

Russell, C. S., 292 Seabury St. 
Industriai Workers No. t04 and 369 (PubUo Service) 

(Jobt Union). Sullivan Hall, 271 S. Main St.; 

No. 204, Wed.; No. 369. Tues.; A. J. Hoag, 

Org., 118 Bedford St. 
/roa Utiders No. 48. Citisens Savings Bank Bldg., 

Main and Bedford Sts.; 1st and 3d Wed.; 

William Acton. C. S.. 173 Mott St.; E. L. 

Muri^, 116 Winslow Av., Norvrood. 
loomfixers No. 36. Loomfixers Hall. 370 Bedford St. ; 

l8t Wed.; Thomas Taylor, S. T., 370 Bedford St. 
Uiuiaans Protedite No. $16. Rooms 9 and 10, 

Merchants Block, 34 N. Main St.; 1st Sun.; 

Frank Mellor, S. and B. A., 376 County St. 
/*o»«ter«, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 76. 21 

Granite St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; William Keeley. 

R. 8., Box 272. 
Potaters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 643. 

Carpenters Hall, 16 Hartwell St.; 2d and 4th 

Thors.; Edmond Proulx, R. S.. 44 Vale St 
^«MV Cvtters No. 63. Locust St.; 2d Mon.; Wil- 
liam Elha. S., 38 Fruit St. 
PimbsTM No. 136. Eagle Hall. 318 S. Main St. ; Fri. ; 

Thomas H. Friar, R. S.. 1408 Globe St. 
Saikead Trainmen: Mt. Hope Lodge No. 476. K. of 

P. Han. 141 N. Main St.; 2d Mon. and 4th Sun.; 

Peter F. Hanley. S. and B. A., 1287 N. Main St. 
^<«htat Clerks: FaU River Lodge No. 97, Columbian 

Hall. 318 Sw Main St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; John T. 

Gleeson. 8. T., 139 OUver St. 



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RetaU Clerke No. IIMO. O. A. R. Hall, 78 Bwlford St. 
3d Mon.; Oliver D. Brown. F. S. T.. 590 Durfee 
St. 

Relaa Clerks No. 1189. MinoU HaU. Baasett St ; 2d 
Wed.; Joseph LaFond. Pres. and S., 259 Harri- 
son St 

Slasher Tenders No. 61. Weavers Hall. 142 Second 
St; 2d Wed.; William Harwood, S.. Box 22L 

Staiionatv Firemen No. $91. Firemens Hall, 58 Bed- 
ford St; let and 3d Mon.; Martin Tansey. R. S.. 
Box 351; John Lowney. B. A.. Box 351. 

Steam Engineers No. 166. St Marys Hall. Cor. S. 
Main and Bedford Sts.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Eugene 

E. Ray, S., 82 Taylor St 

Stereotypers No. 6$. Wilbur House; 2d Tues.; Wil- 
liam B. Irwin, S., 696 Locust St 

Street and Blecbrie Railioay Emptoyees, Dis. 74. 
Weavers Pro g re ss ive Association Bldg., 142 Sec- 
ond St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Jeremiah Malvey, 

F. S., Box 425. 

Theatrical Stage Employees No. 67. Painters Hall, 

Granite St; 3d Mon.; William A. Dillon. S. T., 

237 Third St; Dennis Donegan, Savoy Theatre. 
Typographical No. 181 . Citisens Savings Bank Bldg.. 

4th floor; 1st Fri.; Charles E. Clarke, S. T.. 

Box 479. 
Weavers No. 1 . National Federation of. Weavers HaU. 

142 Second St.; last day of each quarter; James 

Whitehead. B. A.. Box 713. 
Weavers No. $4 (U. T. W.). Room 34, Hudner Bldg., 

130 S. Main St; on call; Albert Hibbert S., 

Box 742. 
Web Pressmen No. 3$. Globe Bldg., 41 N. Main St. ; 

2d Wed.; John Moffitt Pres.. Box 503. 



FXTCHBUBO. 

Barbers No. $84^ F. A. C. Bldg.. 48 Wallace Av.; 
4th Tues.; W. L. Remington, F. S. and B. A., 
134 Main St. 

Bartenders No. 97. F. A. C. Bldg., 48 Wallace Av.; 
3d Sun.; D. C. O'Conner. S. and B. A., 126 
Hesrwood St. 

Blacksmiths No. 16, Railroad (Car Workers). Brick- 
layers Hall, 155 Main St; 3d Fri.; William Bar- 
rett R. S.; Thomas H. Condon, B. A., 15 Board- 
man St., Salem. 

Bricklayers and Masons No. 19. 852 Main St., Rm. 
10; Mon.; Charies L. Atwood. F. S., 19 Payson 
St 

Car Workers: Bay StaU Lodge No. $7. F. A. C. Bldg., 
48 Wallace Av.; 2d and 4th Fri. ; Wilfrid J. Lan- 
dry, R. S., 37 Dover St; William J. Beattie. 
B. A., 16 Clifton St. 

Carpenters No. 778. C. L. U. HaU, 48 WaUace Av.; 
Thurs. ; R. H. Cotton, R. S., 52 Prichard St ; Albert 
Lafreniere, 59 Tisdale St., Leominster. Mass. 

Carpeniers No. 1$39. Guard D'Honneur HaU, 19 
Clarendon St; 2d and 4th Wed.; Henry Lafosse. 
R. S.. 19 Chester St; Albert Lafreniere. 59 Tis- 
dale St.. Leominster, Mass. 

Cigar Makers No. 476. C. L. U. HaU, 48 Wallace Av. ; 
1st Fri.; John J. Sweeney. F. and R. S., 160 
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Qranite CtUttn: PiUhbwrg Branch. Finniih EbXL, 
Main St; James R. McNeil, DiBt. Offioer, 20 
Cherry St., Leominster. 

Indtutrial Workers No. 199. Singer Hall, 148 Leigh- 
ton St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Amo Wunseh, S., 
279BemisRd. 

Iron MoldtTs No. 97. Brioklayers Hall, 155 Main St. ; 
let and 3d Tues.; John C. Demers, F. S., 169 
Water St.; E. L. Murphy, B. A., 116 Winslow 
Av., Norwood. 

Loeomoi%v€ Bnginsert: Wadtu$eU Diw. No. 191. Q. A. 
R. Hall. Main St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; H. E. 
Parker, S. T., 18 Harvard St. 

Locomotive Firemen: H. P. Litdejohn Lodge No. 410. 
Redmen's Hall, Gushing St.; Ist and 3d Sun.; 
Dwight O. Simpson, S., 11 Brigham Pk. 

Maehiniele: RoOetone Lodge, No. 409. C. L. U. Hall, 
48 Wallace Av.; Ist and 3d Tues.; E. B. Whit- 
ney. R. S., 84 Lawrence St. 

Maintenance of Way Employeee No. 400. Q. A. R. 
Hall, Main St.; 4th Sun.; Arthur F. Lawrence, 
S. T. and B. A., Box 25, S. Acton. 

Metal Poliehert No. 74. (See Ashbumham.) 

Mueieiane No. 17S. Freeman Hall, 42 Main St.; 
1st Sun.; Martin M. Sullivan, F. S.. 135 Milk St. 

Painters, DecoraJtor*, and Paperhangera No. 175. C 
L. U. HaU, 48 Wallace Av.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 
Richard Hunter, R. S., 17 Ooddard St.; J. H. 
Roche, B. A., 3 Portland St. 

Paper Makers No. 19. Unity Hall, West Pitchburg; 
1st and 3d Sun.; James Ramsay, R. S., 49 
Roosevelt St.. West Fitchburg. 

Pattern Makers Association (Branch of Worcester). 
F. A. C. BWg.. 48 Wallace A v., C. L. U. Room; 
Ist and 3d Fri.; Leon W. Judd. F. and R. S., 43 
Brigham Pk.; J. C. Kear, B. A.. N. Grafton, 
Mass. 

Piece Workers Association. By appointment; Charies 
H. Lawrence, Pres., 63 Arlington St.; Edward 
Hibbard, S. 

Plumbers No. 99. C. L. U. HaU, 48 WaUace Av.; 2d 
and 4th Wed.; James F. Kenney, C. S., 23 
Lancaster St., Leominster. 

Railroad Trainmen: Hoosac Tunnd Lodge No. 93. 
K. of H. HaU, Main and OUver Sis.; 2d and 4th 
Sun.; M. W. Mclncmey, T. and B. A., 25 Con- 
gress St. 

Railipay Clerks: Wachuaett Lodge No. 106. G. A. R. 
Hall, 129 Main St.; 1st Sun.; A. G. Houghton, 
S. T. and B. A., 15 Linden St. 

Railtcay Conductors No. 146. Rod Mens HaU, Gush- 
ing St.; 2d Sun.; Spencer Pearson, S., 31 Sar- 
gent Av. 

Retail Clerks No. ISOt. C. L. U. HaU, 48 WaUaoe 
Av.; last Sun.; Miss Jennie Nikula, C. S., 66 
High St. 

Stationary Firemen No. 85. F. A. C. Bldg., 48 Wal- 
lace Av.; 2d and 4th Sun.; John J. Griffin, F. S., 
484 Fairmount St. 

Teamsters No. 47S. C. L. U. HaU, 48 WaUaoe Av.; 
1st Sun. and 3d Mon.; A. W. Lens, S. T., 115 
North St. 

TextiU Workers No. 89S. 48 WaUace Av.; 1st and 3d 
Sun.; Walde Heimnen, S., 93 Marshall St. 



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Theatrieal Stage SmflUn/eee No. 86. F. A C. Bide. 48 

WaUaoe Av.; 3d Sun.; F. J. Charlton, 8., Box 

158. 
Typographical No. 6BS. C. L. U. HaU, 48 Wallace 

Av.; 1st Mon.; W. W. Famsworth. F. 8. and 

B. A., 31 Ash St. 

Toiborouffh. 

Oranite Cutters. Louis W. Gurry, Dist. Officer, Fov 
borough. 

Iron Mulders No. StS (Foxborough and Norwood). 
Ckmger HaU, 506 Washington St., Norwood; Ut 
Fri.; Robert B. Oldham, S., 7 Monroe St., Nor- 
wood; Eugene L. Murphy, B. A., 116 Winslow 
Av., Norwood. 

Trunlngham (South Framznoham). 
Barbers No. S89. Liberty Blk.; 10 Howard St. ; last 

Tues.; WiUiam Holden. S., 14 Howard St. 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. 19 (Mixed). Nobaoot 

BUc.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; T. E. Mulvey, B. T. 

and B. A., Box 75. 
Bricklayers, Masons, and PJasterers No. 51. Waveriy 

St.; Mon.; Thomas B. Mulqueeny, F. and C. S., 

80 Sunaner St., Natick. 
Carpenters No. 860. C. L. U. HaU, Howard St.; 2d 

and 4th Tues.; Edward L. Hand. R. S., 18 

Eames St.; W. E. Cotter, B. A.. 12 D St. 
Electrical Workers No. IO4. C. L. U. Hall, Howard 

St.; Tues.; D. W. McKinnon, S., Winthrop St. 
Machinists: Hopedale Lodge No. 48. By appoint- 
ment; W. F. Mason, S.. 26 Dennison At. 
Musicians. (See Natick.) 
Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 563. 

Liberty HaU, Howard St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; 

O. U. Cheney, F. S. and B. A., 10 HoUis St. 
Railroad Trainmen: Framingham Lodge No. B36. K. 

of P. HaU, Smiths Blk., Irving Sq.; 1st Sat. and 

3d Sun.; Fred CahUl, S. and B. A., 114i 

HoUis St. 
Railway Carmen No. 403. C. L. U. HaU. Howard St.; 

2d and 4th Thurs.; F. E. Fletcher, S., 11 Main 

St.- 
Railway Clerks No. 194. Foresters HaU, Smiths 

Block; 4th Thurs.; CUfton E. Gassett, &. T., 

3 Webster St. 
Street and Electric Railway Employees No. 6B0. K. of 

G. HaU, 28 Concord St.; 2d Thurs.; Francis E. 

Fletcher, R. S., 13 Main St. 
Typographical No. 495. 34 HoUts St.; 1st Tues.; 

Charles A. Gray, S. T., 34 HolUs St. 

Franklin. 

Carpenters No. 1S30. Red Men's HaU, Main St.; 1st 
Mon.; L. H. CrandaU, R. S., Cottage St. 

Molders No. 37i. Red Men's HaU, Main St.; 1st 
Tues.; Charles A. Crosby, G. R.. 84 Cross St.; 
E. L. Murphy, B. A.. 116 Winslow Av., Norwood. 

Qardner. 

Barbers No. 550. Barber shop, Parker St. ; 1st Mon.; 
Fred H. Oakes, S., BaldwinsviUe, Mass. 



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BarUntUn No. S70. Rymns HmU, 46 Parker St.; 3d 

Sun.; John W. lUfferty, S. T. and B. A., 9 Rich 

St. 
BHddaytrt^ 3f<MOiu, ami PUuUnn No. 44* Rarans 

Hall, 46 Parker St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; John A. 

Mulcahy, C. 8.. 173 Temple St. 
Carpenterw No. 670. Ryana Hall, 46 Parker St.; 

let and 8d Thun.; Peter VaOlanoourt, R. S., 

1 MotanSt. 
Motd€n No. 407, Ryans Hall. 46 Parker St.; 2d 

Mod.; Everett L. Jacques, C. R. and F. &, 

362 West Broadway; Eofene L. Murphy, B. 

A., 116 Winalow Av., Norwood. 
PaimUn, DoooraUm, and Paperkangers No. 771. 

Ryana Block, 46 Parker St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; 

Charlee Haymen, Pres., £. Broadway. 
Slaiiomani Firemen No. t54 (S. Gardner). 70 Winter 

Stw; 1st and 4th Tues.; William M. TutUe, S., 

70 Winter St. 

OLOU0S8TEE. 

Barben No. S7S. Yates HaU, 132 Main St.; 2d 
Tfania.; James A. Larose, C. and F. S., 2 Duncan 
St. 
Bartendtn No. 161. Eagle HaU. Main St; 2d 
Son.; WDmot E. Denoh, S. T., 20 East Main 
St. 
BridcXayen and PlatUrtn No. tl. Andrews HaU. 
73 Main St.; 1st Wed.; Joseph C. Merchant. 
R. 8., 5 WaU St.; Qeorce T. Thornton, Qen. 
Act., 617 E. Fifth St., 8. Boston. 
Corpeaten No. 910. Mansfields HaU, Main St.; 
2d and 4th Tues.; Guy Swett, R. 8.. Bonds HiU; 
Charles Kimhall, B. A., 71 Washincton St., 
Salem. 
Cigar Makara No. $94- 230 Main St.; 1st Tues.; 

P. J. NaUy, F. S., 14 Short St. 
EUebieal Workers No. 699. Teamsters Hall. 167 
Main St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; Sylvester D. Deer- 
tnc R. a, 18 Washincton St. 
Fi»k Skmnertt Trimmere, CyUert^ and Pr«$9men 
No. 14907. Teamsters HaU, 167 Main St; 
Frt; Joseph G. Grace. R. S.. 67 Friend St 
Fuk SpHttere and HandUrt No. 14M70. Mansfields 
HaU, 21 Main St; Thurs.; John Sinclair, F. 
a T.. 415 Main St 
FiA Workers No. 14S17 (Women). Manchester 
Unity Hall, Main St; Wed.; Mary P. SUva. 
R. S.. 70 Friend St 
Oranite CtMere: Cape Ann Brajich (Gloucester and 
Rockport). K of P. HaU, Washington St. 
Lanesville; 3d Tues.; Hart Harris, C. S., 960 
Washincton St. 
Mtuieiane No. $24 (Gloucester and Manchester). 

WUliam B. Colby, S., 415 Mam St 
PotfUcrt No. 176. Painters HaU. 92 Main St; Fri.; 
John E. Carrigan, 8.. 551 Washington St; 
Louis Francis. B. A., 7 Cross St 
Parnng CvUere No. 69 (LanesviUe). Langsford HaU. 
Lanesville; 2d Fri.; Andrew G. (Dederstrom, 
S., 1245 Washington St. 
PUunbert and SteamfitUra No. 4S». Andrews Hall. 
73 Main St; 2d and 4th Tues.; H. A. NichoU. 
P. 8., 23 Wheeler St. 



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Quarry Workers No. 81. Temperance Hall. 56 1 

ford St.; 1st Fri.; Otto Karstunen. 8., 25 

Leverett St., LanesviUe. 
SaU Makers No. 12761. Yates HaU. 132 Main St; 

2d and 4th Wed.; WUHam D. McCarthy. 8. 

and B. A.. 6 Blynman Av. 
Skip Riggers No. 14S96. Yates HaU. 132 Main St.; 

George Roberts, F. 8. T., 18 Maplewood 

Av. 
Skos Clerks No. 672. By appointment; monthly; 

Lester 8. Day, Pres.. 45 Western Av.; Everett 

Norton, B. A., Main St., care of F. Reynolds. 
Street and Bleetrie Railway BmpUnfsss No. 270. Yates 

HaU, 132 Main St; 2d Tues.; W. J. Pratt S.. 

rear 80 Eastern Av.; J. E. Irwin, B. A.. Harts 

PL 
Teamsters No. 266. Yates HaU. 132 Main St.; Ist 

and 3d Sun.; WUlard F. MitcheU, &. T., Box 

63. 

Orast Barrlngton. 

Bartenders No. 761. Foresters HaU, 3 RaUroad St.; 

2d Sun.; John J. Vedey, F. 8. and B. A., Box 

52. 
Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers No. 49. Italians 

HaU. Main St; 1st and 3d Mon.; Patrick 

Noonan, C. 8., Housatonic, Mass.; Charles 

Viola, B. A., Elm Ct 
Carpenters No. 1046. G. A. R. HaU. Bridge St.; 

Ist and 3d Tues.; Charies H. BeU, F. 8., 631 

8. Main St 
Painters, Dseorators, and Paperhangers No. 627. 

Benton HaU, RaUroad St; Ist and 3d Tues.; 

William MoCarty, R. 8., Housatonic, Mass. 



Qr—fiflald. 

Bothers No. 266. Sauters HaU. 363 Main St.; 1st 

day of month; John E. KitBon, C. and F. 8. 

and B. A., Warner House (barber shop). 
Bartenders No. 147. Commonwealth HaU. Main 

St; last Sun.; Henry L. RuaseU, S. T., Mansion 

House. 
Boiler Makers: Franklin Lodge No. 617. Foresters 

HaU. Bank Row; 2d and 4th Sat.; Clyde H. 

Jerome, F. S.. 10 Linden Av. 
Bricklayers and Plasterers No. 66. Commonwealth 

HaU. Main St; Ist and 3d Wed.; Charles S. 

Shaw. C. S.. Box 316. 
Car Workers: Greenfield Lodge No. 109. Foresters 

HaU, Bank Row; Ist and 3d Tues.; O. R. 

Bourn, S. T.. 16J Fort 8q. 
Carpenters No. 549. Socialist HaU, Main St; George 

H. Reed. R. S., Montague City, Mass.; David 

CampbeU, B. A. 
Locomotive Engineer a: Deerfield VaUey Div. No. 112. 

K. of P. HaU, Sheldon Blk.. Main St; Edwin 

Warren, 8. T. and B. A., 26 RiddeU St. 
Locomotive Firemen No. 649. Commonwealth Hall, 

Main St; Ist and 3d Tues.; L. E. Calkins, S. 

T., 8 School St 
Machinista No. 481. Foresters HaU, Bank Row; 2d 

and 4th Men.; H. E. Totman, F. S., 3 Bouker 

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Maintenance of Way EmfHoyeee No. 317 (Qreenfield 

and Northampton). Hibome Hall, 92 Main 

St.. Northampton; Francia Lovence, S., 41 

Chapman St., Greenfield. 
Mebd Polxahert No. 68 (Silver Workers). Rasrmond 

MeUor, S., 166 Federal St. 
Painteri, Deeoratort, and Paperhanoers No. 844. 

Taylor Blk., Main St.; 2d and 4tb Fri.; A. J. 

Strachan, S., 67 WeUa St. 
Raiiroad Trainmen No. 4Se. Foresters Hall, Bank 

Row; Ist and 3d Sun.; S. H. Davis, Treas., 

37 High St. 
Railway Clerks: Greenfield Lodge No. SS. Taylor 

Blk., Main St.; 3d Thurs.; Frank Donovan. S., 

88 Federal St. 
Steam Bnoineert No. 410. Foresters Hall, Bank 

Row; 1st Sat.; Ralph I. Morrison, Prea., 

Montague City. 
Typooraphical No. 687. 11 MUes St.; 1st Fri.; 

James H. Russell, S. T., 17 Oak St. 



Hamilton. 

Carpeniere No. 876. Jones Block, Main St.; Wed.; 
Ray G. Knowlton, R. 8., Box 54, Wenham; 
Michael O'Brien, B. A., 78 Washington St., 
Salem. 

Hardwlok. 
Paper Makere: Ware River Lodge No. 4^ (Wheel- 
wright). Social Club Hall, Hardwiok Mill; 
1st Sun.; W. H. Dailey, R. S., Wheelwright, 
Mass. 

Barbere No. S91. Labor Temple, 2 GUman PI.; 

Ist Thurs.; Placid E. Moran, C. and F. S. and 

B. A.. 138 Essex St. 
Barbera Union, Independent. 52 Washington St.; 

Ist Thurs.; Fred C. Gilmartin, S., 7 Pecker 

St. 
Bartenders No. 9S. Labor Temple, 2 Oilman PL; 

4th Sun.; M. J. Flanagan, R. S., 28 Water St. 
Brewery Workers No. ISS. (See Lawrence.) 
Bricklayers and Masons No. 17. 8 Bridge St.; Mon.; 

Michael J. Keohane, C. S., 7 Park St. 
Carpenters No. 8£. Labor Temple, 2 Oilman PL; 

Tues.; John F. McKay, R. S., 46 Central St.; 

David Z. Resmolds, B. A. 
Cigar Makers No. 226. Labor Temple, 2 Oilman 

PL; 3d Thurs.; £. A. Manning, S. T. and B. 

A.. 50 Merrimack St. 
Cutters No. 63 (U. S. W.). Owls Hall, 11 Emerson 

St.; Thurs.; Daniel Frawley, S. and B. A., 10 

View St. 
C%ttters No. 191 (B. A 8. W.). Labor Temple, 2 

Oilman PL; Tues.; Joseph F. Gardner, B. A. 
Cutters No. 4SS (See Sole Leather CuUers and Sorters.) 
CuUing Die and Cutter Makers No. 510. Federation 

Hall, Washington Sq.; 2d Wed.; Charles A. 

Meyers, R. 8., 6 Worthen PI. 
Edgemakers No. 466 (B. & S. W.). Labor Temple, 

2 Oilman PL; Men.; Warren F. Ooldthwaite, 

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Bleelrieal Workers No. 470. Labor Temple, 2 Gil- 
man PI.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Charies E. Warren, 
R. S., 91 Emerson St.; William F. Laagton. 
B. A., 44 Chestnut St. 

Hat Finishers Association No. 4, United States Wool. 
Labor Temple, 2 Oilman PL; 2d Thurs.; J. P. 
CosteUo, 75 Middle St. 

Industrial Workers No. 169 (Leather Workers). 86 
Merrimack St.; Tues. and FrL, alternating; 
Louis Arhondy, F. 8. and B. A. 

Lasters No. 26 (B. A 8. W.). Labor Temple, 2 Gil- 
man PL; Thurs.; Warrsn F. Ooldthwaite, 8. 
and B. A. 

Laundry Workers No. I44. Oilman Blk.. Washing- 
ton St.; 1st Wed.; A. J. Gouette. R. 8., 28 
Lexington Av., Bradford. 

Machine Operators No. 1 (fi. A 8. W.). Labor 
Temple, 2 Oilman PL; 1st and 3d Wed.; Warren 
F. Ooldthwaite, S. and B. A. 

Machine Workmen No. 1 (S. W. P.). S. W. P. HaU, 
163 Merrimack St.; Tues.; S. J. Pothier. 8.; 
John F. Bowen, B. A. 

Mowing Picture Machine Operators No, 256, (See 
Lawrence.) 

Musicians No. S02. Labor Temple, 2 Oilman PL; 
1st Sun.; J. W.Adams, S., 343 Washington St. 

Packing Room Employees No. 471 (B. A 8. W.). 
Labor Temple, 2 Oilman Pi.; Thurs.; Warren 
F. Ooldthwaite, S. and B. A. 

Painters No. 617. Labor Temple, 2 Oilman PI.; 
1st and 3d Mon.; Chester Choates, S., 4 State 
St.; William F. Langton, B. A., 44 Chestnut 
St. 

Plumberst Gasfitters, Steamfitters, and Steamfittert 
Helpers No. 496. Bannister Hall, 3 Bridge St.; 
Tues.; William F. Langton, 8. T. and B. A., 
44 Chestnut St. 

Shoe Packers No. 287. (See Treers.) 

Sole Leather Cutters and Sorters No. 46S (B. A 8. W.). 
Labor Temple, 2 Oilman PI.; 1st and 3d Tues.; 
Warren F. Ooldthwaite, S. and B. A. 

Sols Leaiher W&rkers No. S4I (B. A 8. W.). Labor 
Temple, 2 Oilman Pi.; 2d ami 4th Thurs.; 
Warren F. Ooldthwaite, 8. and B. A. 

Stationary Firemen No. S07. Labor Temple, 2 
Oilman PL; 2d Tues. and 4th Sun.; UrieUe 
Arseneault, S., 12 Moore St. 

Steam Engineers No. 468. Labor Temple, 2 Oilman 
PL; Thurs.; Willard A. Parker, R, S., 2 Chest- 
nut St., Bradford; E. E. Humphrey, B. A.. 
Box 31, Byfield, Mass'. 

Stitchers No. 6 (Women) (B. A S. W.) . Labor Temple. 
2 Oilman PL; 2d and 4th Wed.; Warren F. 
Ooldthwaite, S. and B. A. 

Street and Electric Railway Employees No. 60S. B. k 
8. W. Hall, 2 GUman PL; last Thurs.; Charles 
A. Shea, Pres., 110 Washington St., So. Orore- 
land. 

TeamHere No. S27. Bannister Hall, 3 Bridge St.; 
2d and 4th Wed.; John Macdougall, S. and B. A 

Theatrical Stage Employees No. 111. (See Lawrence.) 

Treers No. 287 (B. A 8. W.). Labor Temple, 2 Gil- 
man PL; Mon.; Warren F. Ooldthwaite, 8. and 
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Tv» Workmen No. t CB,AQ. W.). Labor Temple, 

2 GUman PI.; Ist and 3d Tues.; Warren F. 

GoldtbwaHe. a and B. A. 
Tvn Warknun No. » (8. W. P.). 8. W. P. HaU« 163 

Merrimaok St.; Tues.; 8. J. Pothier, 8.; John 

F. Bowen. B. A. 
Wood Hod Worketa No. 484 (B. A 8. W.). Labor 

Temple, 2 Oilman PL; Thure.; Warren F. 

Gokithwaite, 8. and B. A. 

BQnfliAiiL. 

CvpmUn No. 4^4* Caipenten Hall, Ford Bldg.: 
2d and last Tues.; Howard Inman, R. 8., Box 
113; Leroy W. Beedle, B. A., 208 AUen 8t., East 
Bmintree. 

GotenuneiU Emplovooo Branch No. 1$. A. O. H. Hall, 
South St.; 3d Tues.; Timothy C. Hawkes, 8., 
41Beal8t. 

PsMtars, Doooraton^ and PaporhanQoro No. 688. Car- 
penters Hall, North St.; 2d FrL; Philip C. 
Reflly, R. 8., Box 372; Arthur D. Hersey. B. A.. 
33Thaxter8t. 

Bolteook. 

BaA and Shoe Worken No. 78 (Sfixed). Park Sq.; 
1st and 3d FiL; F. B. Diman, F. 8. and T., 
L.B.476. 

HolHiton. 

Boat and Shoe Workert No. 180 (Mixed). Forbes 
BUc; 1st Toes.; Frank Cayo, 8., Holliston, 



HOLTOKB. 

Bakan No. 96. Alderman's Hall. 437 Hl^ St.; 2d 

and 4th Sat.; John Irring, C. 8., 99 Newton St. 
Bartter$No.645. Alderman's Hall, 437 Hich St.; 1st 

and 3d Wed.; Hemy J. Parent, C. and F. 8., 20 

Newton St. 
Bartendert No. 81. Carpenters Hall, 437 High St.; 

Ist and 3d Sun.; John D. Burke, R. 8., 441 

Main St. 
Boot and Shoe Workert No. $7t (Shoe Repairers). 

Caledonian Hall, 180 High St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; 

James T. Cahill. 8., 473 High St. . 
Brtiury Workmen No. IBS. Hibernian Hall, John 

St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Ernest Qerhardt, 8., 

Box 350, WUlimansett. 
BridUay^t, Maeone, and Plaeterert No. t. Car- 
penters Hall, 437 High St.; Mon.; William Hall, 

R. 8. and C. 8., 14 St. James Av. 
Building Lobar ero No. S. Hibernian Hall, John St.; 

Mon.; Timothy Tiemey, R. 8., 98 High St. 
Carpentere No. 890 (French). Monument National 

Hall, ISOAppletonSt.; Thurs.; Joseph Archam- 

beault. R. S., 20 Hampshire St. 
Carpenter$ No. 656 (English). Carpenters Hall, 437 

High St.; Tues.; George Lane, C. S. and R. 8., 

146 Sargeant St.; John Cronin, B. A. 
Corpenicr* No. 1860 (MillwrighU and Shop Men). 

Carpenters Hall, 437 High St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; 

J. M. Prilay, F. 8., 83 Jackson St.; John Cronin, 

B.A. 



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Cttfor Maker e No. 61, Monumoit National Hall, 

180 Appleton St.; Sat.; William De Lude, C. a 

and B. A., 268 Pine St. 
CUA Preeemen No. 786. Caledonian Hall, 189 High 

St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Charlss Barret, C. 8., 

Northampton St. 
Coal Toameter$ and Holpere No. 198. Hibernian Hall, 

John St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; James Ash, 28 

Lamb St., South Hadley Falls. 
Dyers No. 804 (U. T. W.). Caledonian HaU, 189 

High St.; 3d Tues.; Edwin Fredericks, F. 8., 27 

Chestnut St. 
BlectHeal Workert No. 707. Red Men's Hall, 206 

High St.; 2d and 3d Tues.; Ralph E. Denver, 

R. 8., 141 Nonotuek St. 
Granite Cutters (Holyoke, Springfield and Vidnity). 

Caledonian Hall, High St., Holyoke; 3d FrL; 

Alexander MaodonsJd, 8. T. and B. A.. 10 Bris- 
tol St., Holyoke. 
Induetrial Workers No. 806. 136 Maple St.; 1st and 

3d Sun.; Joseph Ostrowski, F. 8., 6 Chestnut St.; 

Frank Caluso, Literature Agent, 73 Fountain St. 
Iron Molders No. 116. Monument National Hall, 180 

Appleton St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; P. W. Canfield, 

C. 8., 32 Sargeant St.; James A. Lovoday. B. A., 

103 Ann St., Hartford, Ct. 
Lathers No. 81. Monument National Hall, 180 Ap- 
pleton St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Jules Vanderwall, 

F. 8. and B. A., 61 Bowers St. 
Lithographers No. 81. (See Springfield.) 
Machinists No. 410. Carpenters HaU, 437 High St.; 

Wed.: J. P. Bleasius, C. 8., 34 Hitchcock St. 
Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen No. 684' Cale- 
donian HaU, 189 High St.; Tues.; Stephen M. 

Benoit, 8., 123 Walnut St. 
Mute Spinners. 189 High St.; 2d Mon.; Edward 

Ryan, 8., Box 253. 
Musicians Proteetite No. 144» City Band HaU, 344 

Dwight St.; 1st Sun.; Fred F. West, R. 8.. 694 

DwightSt. 
Painters^ Dseorators, and Paperhangers No. $58. (Car- 
penters Hall. 437 High St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; 

Thomas O'NeUl, R. 8., 6 MagnoUa Av.; A. 

Lamarsh, B. A., 304 High St. 
Paper Makers No. 1 . C^edonian HaU, 189 High St. ; 

Ist and 3d Sun.; Michael Griffin, C. S., 205 

High St. 
Paper Makers: Eagle Lodge No. /, Division No. M. 

Red Men's HaU, 205 High St.; Ist and 3d 

Thurs. ; Thomas J. Fitspatriok, F. 8., 96 Beech St. 
Paper Makers: Eagle Lodge No. 1, Division No. 8 

(Finishers). Caledonian Hall, 180 High St.; 

WUUam CosteUo. F. 8.. 90 N. Bridge St. 
Pattern Makers Association. (See Springfield.) 
Plumbers and Oasfitters No. 883. C^edonian HaU, 

189 High St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; F. R. Elting, 

8. T., 2 River Ter.; John Cronin, B. A., 437 

High St. 
Printing Pressmen and Assistants No. 46. Telegram 

Bldg.; Ist Tues.; W. J. SpenUnhauer, 8., 55 

Sargeant St. 
Railroad Freight Handlers No. 19. Caledonian HaU, 

189 High St.; 3d Fri.; John P. O'Leary, 8. T., 

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Baitroad Trainmen No. 667. Red Men's HftU« 206 

High St.; l8t and 3d Sun.; Edgar Mew. 8.. 43 

Newton St. 
BaOaay Clerk* No. IMS. Caledonian Hall. 189 High 

St.; 3d Tues.; M. J. Sullivan. S.. 66 Mosher 

St. 
RelaaClerkeNo.6ee. Caledonian Hall. 189 High St.; 

l8t and 3d Mon.; Charlea L. Witherell. S. T.. 125 

Waldo St. 
Boofere No. 4M, Slate and Tile (Holyoke and Yidnity). 

263 High St., Holyoke. 1st FH.; 19 Sanford St.. 

Springfield. 3d Fri.; George Douoette, R.3.. 31 

Franklin St.; John Cronin, B. A.. 437 High St. 
Sheet Metal Workers No. 166. Alderman's Hall. 437 

High St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; James J. Dowd, 

C. and R. S.. 116 West St. 
Stationary Firemen No. 4- A. O. H. Hall. John St.; 

Tues.; Charles R. Moreau. F. S., 606 Bridge St. 
Steam Bnaineere No. 466. Alderman's Hall, 437 

High St.; 1st and 3d. Mon.; Aldde Vian. S.. 

46 Center St. 
Steam Fittere and Helpers No. 6M$. Caledonian Hall, 

189 High St.; Tues.; John P. Greaney, S.. 127 

St. Jerome Ay. 
Stone Cvtten. (See Springfield.) 
Street and Eleetrie Railway Employees No. 6S7. Al- 
derman's Hall. 437 Hi|^ St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; 

Frederick Keller. C. S.. 976 Dwight St. 
Tailors No. $46. Red Men's Hall. 205 High St.; 1st 

and dd Mon.; Joseph Milos, Pres.. 128 Lyman 

St. 
Tttephone Operators: Sub Local of Bleetrieal Workers 

No. 707. Caledonian HaU. 189 High St.; 1st 

and 3d Mon.; Miss Elisabeth Doyle, F. S., 20 

MiUerAv. 
Theatrical Slags Employees No. 89. Red Men's Hall, 

205 High St.; 1st Sun.; Michael J. Crane, R. S., 

185 Lyman St.; Orlo B. Reed, B. A.. 434 Apple- 
ton St. 
Typoffraphical No. $63. Caledonian Hall. 189 High 

St.; 4th Mon.; Charles T. Fahey. S. T., 31 

PeariSt. 
Wirs Weasers Benesolent and Frotectiee Association: 

Eastern Division. (See Springfield.) 
Wool Sorters No. 7. Carpenters Hall. 437 High St.; 

John T. Freeman. R. S.. 7 Hampshire St. 



Hudson. 

Carpenters No. 400. Pythian Hall, Main St.; 2d 

and 4th Tues.; G. G. Wetherbee, R. S., Gleason- 

dale, Mass. 
Painterst Decorators and Paperhanoers No. 967. 

Holden Blk., Main St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Per- 

ley Munsey, S., Chapin Rd. 
Shoe Workers No. $8 (U. S. W.). Bancroft Bldg., 

Main St.. Tues.; James Nevins. S.. 134 River St. 
Typographical No. $81. (See Marlborough.) 

Hull. 

Carpenters No. 1646. Fox Hall. Wavrfand; 1st and 
3d Wed.; W. W. Reddie, R. S.. Box 118; Leroy 
W. Beedle. B. A.. 208 Allen St.. East Braintree. 



Zptwioh. 

Carpenters No. 1169. A. O. IT. W. Hall, S. Main St.; 
Fri.; Rodney C. Bamford. R. S.. 47 Washington 
St.; Michael O'Brien, B. A.. 72 Washington St.. 
Salem. 

LAWBINOI. 
Barbers No. $S6. 272 Essex St.; 4th Mon.; J. R 

Bradley, C. and F. S., 677 Essex St.; David 

SpiUburg, B. A., 266 Park St. 
Bartenders No. 90. Spanish War Veterans Hall, 2 

Saratoga St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Jere P. Sullivan, 

R. S., 326 Chestnut St. 
Bottlers and Drisers No. 119. Franco-American HaU, 

263 Lowell St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Edward Hayes, 

F. S. and B. A., 66 Bromfield St. 
Brmoery Workers No. 1$6. Bavarian Hall, 41 Knox 

St.; 4th Mon.; Fred Brauer, R. S., 13 Boorqus 

St., S. Lawrence. 
Bricklayers and Masons No. 10, Cor. Common and 

Amesbury Sts.; Wed.; Joseph Holland, F. S., 

14 Margin St. 
BuUdino Laborers No. 176. Paul Chabis Hall. 109 

Oak St.; Sun.; Calogero Fratelloni, S.. 238 Elm 

St.; Salvatore Busoa. B. A., 256 Oak St. 
Building Laborers No. $$8. Painters Hall. 184 Broad- 
way; 1st and 3d Wed.; Bernard O'Neil, F. S^ 

98 Tremont St. 
Carpenters No. 111. 263 Lowell St.; Tues.; Frank 

E. Cooney. R. S., 00 Kingston St.; Alexander B. 

Grady, B. A., 10 Butler St. 
Carpenters No. 661 (French). 263 Lowell St.; FrL; 

Samuel Lemay, R. S., 363 Broadway; Alexander 

B. Grady, B. A., 10 Butler St. 
Carpenters No. 109$. Mule Spinners Hall, 184 

Broadway; 2d and 4th Thurs.; James R. Men- 

sie, R. S., 440 Haverhill St.; Alexander B. 

Grady. B. A.. 10 Butler St. 
Carpenters No. 1666 (German). 44 Park St.; 2d and 

4th Wed.; Konrad Wutsgall. R. S.. 66 Howard 

St.; Alexander B. Grady, B. A., 10 Butier 

St. 
Carpenters No. 1896 (^xlAekiein). Franco-American 

Hall, 253 Lowell St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; George 

E. Pelletier, F. S., 16 Wendell St.; Alexander B. 

Grady, B. A., 10 Butler St. 
Coal Teamsters, Chauffeurs, and Helpers No. 646. 313 

Common St.; l8tand3dSun.; Peter A. Moodor, 

R. S., 457 HaverhiU St. 
Dyers and Finishers No. 784' Mule Spinners HaU, 

184 Broadway; 1st and 3d Sun.; Herbert 

Stewart. F. S., 127 Arlington St. 
Engineers No. 778, Amalgamated Society of. Essex 

House. Essex St.; alt. Tues.; George S. Bowyer, 

S., 66 Allston St.; John J. Kinlook. B. A.. 47 

Pleasant St. 
Granite Cutters: Lawrence Branch. Franco-American 

HaU, 253 Lowell St.; 3d Tues.; Thomas Mo- 

Loughlin, S. T., 64 Oakland Av.. Methuen. 
Hat Finishers Association No. ^ United Slates Wool. 

Essex House. Essex St.; monthly, the 15th: 

M. A. Cavanagh, S. T., 80 Greenwood St. 
Hoisting and Portable Engineers No. $96. 288 Esnx 

St.; Mon.; D. C. Bunker, F. S., 106 HaverhiU 

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LaAer9 No. 90, Wood, Wir§, and MtUd. Saundera 

Han, 246 Eawz St.; l«i and 3d Moo.; Edward 

Nieholson. Prea.. 74 Union St. 
Lo^mfixmn No. 18. Loomfixera Hall, 53 Margin St.; 

l8t and 2d Mon.; 0«orce O. Smith. F. S., 57i 

Oakland St. 
Jfodbukuto: Lmeotn Lodot No. 17». Bugbee HaU, 

288 EMex St.; 1st and 3d Thun.; Albert E. 

Samuete, S., 165 Parker St. 
Uwdtnance of Way Brnptoyot No. tSi, Franoo- 

Ameriean HaU« 253 Lowell St.; 2d Sun.; 

Patriok Qreaney. S. T., 106 Franklin St., 

HaTerhiU; John ConnoUy, B. A., 15 Minot St., 

Reading. 
Moldtn No. 8S. Spanish War Veterans HaU, 2 

Saratoga St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; John Bradley, 

F. a, 85 Avon St.; Eugene L. Muzphy, B. A., 

116 Window At., Norwood. 
Moting Pieturg Madiine Optratort No. $56 (Lawrence, 

Haverhill, and Vidnity). C. L. U. Hall; 1st 

Toes.; Carl S. Webster. S. T., 11 Mason Av.. 

HaTerhill; William Bray, B. A., Nickel Theatre, 

Haveriull; Fred Sweet, B. A., Star Theatre, 

Lawrenoe. 
Uid$ Spwurt A$9oeiation No. 7. Mule Simmers 

Hall, 184 Broadway; 2d and 4th FrL; John 

Kershaw, R. S. and B. A., 306 Market St. 
IftMieuuu No. S7». Elks HaU, 284 Essex St.; 1st 

Sun.; Max Ereysig, R. S., 186 BaUey St. 
PowUr* and Docoraiora No. U, Painters HaU, 184 

Broadway; Mon.; Eugene Larriree, R. S., 36 

Wmter St.; Thomas B. Yates, B. A., 31 Carleton 

St., Methuen. 
Pavtr MaktTM No. S. Bugbee HaU. 288 Essex St; 

John Rae, S., 12 Tremont St. 
Pattern IfoJbsrs A—odation. Painters HaU, 184 

Broadway; 1st and 3d Thurs.; W. H. Priest, S., 

73 Abbott St.; Thomas E. Bums, B. A., 190 

FamhamSt. 
PaMnNo.48. Polish HaU, Oak St. ; lstand2dFri.; 

Fred Townsend, S., 10 Osgood St. 
PiaattrwM No. lOM. Hoisting Engineers Rooms. 288 

Essex St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; W. J. Mahoney, 

& T., 133 Margin St. 
Phmbtn and SUamfiiUrt No. $85, Bugbee HaU, 288 

Emex St.; 1st and 3d FrL; Harry Halstead, 

S. T.. 20 Bromfield St. 
PrwUwQ Proatwun No. 89. Essex House, Essex St.; 

1st Wed.; Thomas Hay, S. T., 68 Newbury 

St. 
BaOroad Trainrnmi: Mwrimac VaUey Lodga No. 688. 

Black Prince HaU; 288 Easex St.; 2d and 4th 

Son.; Charles W. Morgan, Q. and B. A., 152 

Berkeley St. 
BaOnay CUrkt: Lawrmc« Lodge No. 85. Franco- 
American HaU, 253 LoweU St.; IstThurs.; J. L. 

Johnson, S. and B. A., 14 Stevens St. 
BdaU CUrka No. $3$. Needham HaU, 180 Easex St. ; 

ad and 4th Mon.; H. B. Eastman, S., 104 

Saratoga St. 
Stationary Firintn No. 18. Mule Spinners HaU, 184 

Broadway; 2d Sun. and 4th Wed.; WiUiam 

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Stmrn and Oporating Bngineef No. 615. 288 Essex 
St.; 1st Fri. and 3d Sun.; A. J. Lawton, S., 
Methuen Pumping Station, Methuen. 

Stmrootypan No, 75. Mule Spinners HaU. 184 Broad* 
way; WiUiam V. Irvin, S. T., 91 Third St., 
LoweU. 

Siroei and EUetrie Raihoay Bmployoet No. $61. Mule 
Spinners HaU, 184 Broadway; 2d and 4th Thurs. ; 
Michael F. Fitagerald, F. S. and T.. 43 River- 
view St.. N. Andover. 

TosMo Workor$ No. $0. Lexington HaU. 182 Law- 
rence St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Charies L. Webert, 
S.T. 

Thaatrieal Stago Employoea No. Ill (Lawrence and 
HaverhUl). K. of P. HaU. 288 Easex St.; 2d 
Sun.; T. J. Moriarty. C. and F. S.. 33 Dimham 
St.; Fred Reynolds. B. A., 10 White St. 

Typographical No. 51. Chamber of Commerce, Bay 
State Bldg.; 2d Sun.; Joseph A. Marquis, S., 
"Telegram** Office. 

Warp Froparora No, 786. 171 Ariington St ; 1st and 
3d Fri.; J. A. MarshaU, S.. 24 Lake St. 

Wool Sortara No. S. S. W. V. HaU, 2 Saratoga St.; 
2d and 4th Mon.; George C. Atkinson. S., 14 
Dewey St., Methuen. 

WooUn and Cotton Yam Workara No. 785. Mule 
Spinners HaU, 184 Broadway; 3d Fri.; Fran«is 
M. Berry, 8., 51 French St.. Methuen. 



CarpfOBra No. 14$7. Casey's HaU. Main St.; 2d 
and 4th Wed.; M. J. Carty. F. S., Box 33, 
Lenoxdale. 

Paintara No. 479. Store of Harry S. Lay; 1st and 3d 
Tues.; QUbert Plank, R. S., Lee, Mass.; Ed- 
ward Lyman, B. A.. S. Lee. 

Papar Makara: Barkahira Local No. 78. Odd Fellows 
HaU. Lenoxdale; IstSun.; John S. Boyne. C. S. 
and B. A.. Box 111. 

Stonacuttara No. $4. Centre HaU. Main St.; 2d Mon.; 
Walter Walker, R. and C. S.. Housatonic St. 

Lanoz. 

Bricklayarat Maaona, and Plaatarara No 16. O'Briens 

HaU, Lenoxdale: 2d and 4th Thurs.; M. J. 

Tormey. C. and F. S.. Box 143, Lenoxdale. 
Carpantara No. S70. Town HaU. Walker St. ; Istand 

3d Tues.; John P. lOrby. R. S.. Box 143; WU- 

liam H. Clarke. B. A. 
Paintara, Dacoratcra, and Paparhangara No. 978. 

Town HaU. Walker St.; Ist and 3d Thurs.; 

M. B. Leary. F. S. and B. A.. Box 133. 
Plumbara and StaamfiUara No. 306. Town HaU, 

Walker St.; 4th Fri.; James Murtha, R. S. 

Laominiter. 
Barbara No. 518. 27 Mechanic St.; lat Thurs.; WU- 

liam Sambeto, S., 12 Water Sq. 
Carpantara No. 79 A. Foresters HaU; Ist and 2d 

Tues.; James R. Lowe, F. S., 9 off Nelson St.; 

Albert Lafreniere. B. A.. 59 Tisdale St. 
Typographical No. 6$S. (See Fitchburg.) 



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Lezlngton. 

R€taa CUrkt No. ISIS. Grand Army Hall, Massa- 
ohiisetts Ay.; 2d Mon.; Oeoar Needham, C, 
F. 8. and T., 151 Masoaohusetts Av. 

LOWILL. 

B<uUr% No. SBS. Cotton Spinners Hall, 22 Middle 

St.; last Mon.; Martin J. Hoar, C. and F. S., 

671 Oorham St. 
Bartendm-M No. 85. Elks HaU. 149 Middle St.; 3d 

Sun.; John J. Quirk, 8. and B. A., 118 Walker St. 
Bter Dnvert No. 117. 32 Middle St.; 2d Tues.; 

James M. McMahon, R. 8.. 42 Boston Rd. 
BottUrs No. 190. Cotton Spinners HaU, 22 Middle 

St.; 2d Mon.; James J. Casey, F. 8., 816 

Chelmsford St. 
BrtvMry Workmen No. 518. German Hall, 60 Plain 

St.; 2d Sun.; Carl Erlebach, 8. and B. A., 41 

Viola St. 
BrieklayenNo.Sl. 32 Middle St.; Wed.; Alexander 

Ray, C. 8., 68 Seventh St. 
Bruuda and WiUon Carpet Wecnera. O. U. A. M. 

Hall, Middle St.; last Fri.; Edward F. Bradley, 

S., 4 Olive St. 
Building Laborert No. 1. Weavers Hall, 22 Middle 

St.; Tues.; Patrick Coughlin, R. 8. 
CarpenterB No. 49. Carpenters Hall, Runels Bldg.; 

Tues.; B. B. Golden, R. 8., 29 Fulton St.; 

Michael A. Lee. B. A.. 73 Fourth St. 
Carpeniert No. I468 (Millmen). Carpenters Hall, 

Runels Bldg.; 2d and 4th Fri.; John Shaw, 8., 

35 Smith St.; Michael A. Lee, B. A., 73 Fourth 

St. 
Carpentert No. 1610 (French). Carpenters HaU, 

Runels Bldg.; Wed.; Alfred Beauchesne, R. 8., 

132 Gershom Av.; Michael A. Lee, B. A., 73 

Fourth St. 
Cotnent Workers No. 916. Celtic HaU, 32 Middle St.; 

Mon.; Michael Dunleavy, F. 8., 50 Whipple St.; 

John Downey, B. A., 8 Cherry St. 
Cigar Makers No. t66. C. L. U. HaU, 82 Middle St.; 

1st Wed. ; Thomas F. Garvey, F. 8., 72 LUley Av. 
City TeatneterM No. 87. Odd FeUows HaU, 82 Mid- 
dlesex St.; 1st Mon.; Francis J. Kieroe, 8. T., 

34 Lyon St. 
CotUm Woopere Protective Aesociation No. $6. 82 

Middle St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; Mrs. Annie 

Reagan, 8., 26 Lawrence St. 
Eleehrieal Workers No. 688. 219 Central St., Room 6; 

1st and 3d Fri. ; J. F. Hurley, F. 8., 32 Second St. 
Oranite CuUers: Lowell Branch. Good Templars 

HaU, 701 Gorham St.; last Fri.; George W. 

MerrUl, 8. T., 96 DingweU St. 
Lathers No. £46. BuUding Laborers HaU, 32 Middle 

St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; J. W. Howard, Pres. and 

B. A., 88 Nottingham St. 
Leather Workers No. 14809, Amalgamated. Leather 

Workers HaU, 243 Central St ; 1st and 3d Toes. ; 

William F. Listen, 8. and B. A., 368 Concord St. 
Loomfixers No. 7S4 (Cotton). Carpenters HaU, 

Runels Bldg.; Mon.; Moses L. Daigle, 8. T. and 

B. A., R. F. D. No. 2. 
MaehinisU No. 138. Cotton Spinners HaU, 22 Mid- 
dle St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Charles H. Peard, 8., 

6 West Nhith St. 



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MaehinisU No. 8»9. Cotton Spinners HaU, 22 Mid- 
dle St.; Thurs.; Joseph D. Quinn, 8. and B. A. 
Maintenance of Way Employees: LowsU Lodge No. 85. 

Grafton HaU, 212 Merrimack St.; 2d Sat.; 

Albert E. Richardson, 8. T. and B. A., 78 

Chehnsford St. 
Maintenance of Way Employees: Merrimack Valley 

Lodge No. 100. PUgrim HaU, Main St.; Ist 

Sun.; Fred Keith, R. 8., 10 Charles St., 

Stoneham. 
Metal Polishers and Buffers No. lOS. Weavers Hall, 

32 Middle St.; 2d Tues.; Joseph Carter, F. 8., 

130 Hale St. 
Molders No. 85. Cotton Spinners HaU, 22 Middle 

St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; Charles E. Anderson, 

C. R., 28 Bowden St.; Eugene L. Murphy, B. A., 

116 Winslow Av., Norwood. 
Moving Picture and Projecting Machine Operators 

Auxiliary No. It. 22 Middle St.; last Fri; 

R. C. Gray, Pres., 296 School St.. or Box 854. 
Mule Spinners. Cotton Spinners Hall. 22 Middle St. ; 

3d Fri.; Joseph F. Ashton, 8., 22 Middle 

St. 
Municipal Employees No. 14MG5. 32 Middle St.; 2d 

and 4th Mon.; John T. Whitehead, R. 8., 130 

EnneUSt. 
Musicians No. 8S. 219 Central St.; 2d Sun.; 

Charles A. Delaronde, 8. T., 128 LUley Av. 
Painterst Decorators and Paperhangers No. 39. Car- 
penters HaU, Runels Bldg.; Thurs.; A. C. 

Barker, 8., 176 Crosby St. 
Pattern Makers Association. (Branch of Boston Asso- 
ciation — See Boston.) 
Plasterers No. 45. Painters HaU, 32 Middle St.; Ist 

and 3d Fri.; Frank Wamock, 8. T., 11 Wamesit 

St. 
Plumbers No. 4OO. Union National Bank Bldg., 61 

Merrimack St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Denis J. 

Pendergast, F. 8., 34 PhiUps St. 
Printing Pressmen No. 109. O>tton Spinners HaU, 

22 Middle St.; last Tues.; James A. Flynn, 

8. T. and B. A., 12 Odar St. 
Railroad Freight Handlers No. 189. Trades and 

Labor Coundl HaU, 32 Middle St.; Ust Sun.; 

Denis Regan, Pres., 49 Franklin St.; Patrick 

Calnan, B. A., 41 Rock St. 
Railroad Station Employees No. ». Odd FeUows HaU. 

82 Middlesex St.; last Fri.; William J. Flanagan, 

8. T., 16 Femald St. 
Railroad Trainmen: Spindle City Lodge No. J59, 

I. O. O. F. HaU, 82 Middlesex St.; 2d Son. and 

last Fri.; J. M. Ward, 8. and B. A., 165 WaUnr 

St. 
Railway Clerks: LoweU Lodge No. 94^ N. Y., N. H. 

and H. R.R. ofBce, Maple St.; 1st Sun.; Joseph 

L. Cunningham, 8. T., 100 Mammoth Rd. 
Railway Clerks: Spindle City Lodge No. 108. L (X, 

0. F. HaU, 82 Middlesex St.; 1st Mon.; WUliaffl 

F. Sheehan, 8. T., 6 Vamum Av. 
Retail Clerks No. 13i7. 32 Middle St.; 2d and 4th 

Thurs.; James A Fagan, 8., 26 Greenwood 84. 
Ring Spinners Fixers Association No. 875. 82 Mid- 
dle St.; Wed.; James Bowen, 8., 2 Mt. Pleaaaal 

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8Imt Mdal Worken No. M4M. I. O. O. F. HaU. 83 

Middlesex St.; 2d and 4th Tuee.; Patrick Car- 

roU. a, 71 Clare St. 
Statiomary Firemen No. 14, Cotton Spinners Hall. 

22 Middle St.; 2dTl»ix«. and4thSun.; JohnW. 

Downing. C. and R. S. and T., 4 W. Eleventh St. 
&mm Bngineert No. 86$. Republican Headquarters 

HaU, 36 Central St.; Wed.; Albra W. Hetsome, 

C. 8.. Box 13, Wamesit. 
Stem Hoi WaUr, and Power Pipe PiUers No. 97. 22 

Middle St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; B. J. Vining, 

Prea., 36 Fourth Av. 
SteamfitUn, Sprinkler Fitters, and Oas/Ulen No. 499. 

Phunbers Hall, Bowlaway Bldg.; Ist and 3d 

Wed.: A. L. Gustafson. R. S. and B. A., 236 

School St. 
Stereotypere No, 76, (See Lowill.) 
Street and Blectrie RaUtPoy BmjAcveee No. 980. 

Runels Hall, Merrimack Sq.; 1st and 4th Tues.; 

Fted Crowley, Pres., 1097 Lakeview Av. 
Sired and BUetric Railway Employeee No. 661. 

Runels Bldg, cor. Bridge and Merrimack Sts.; 

Itt and 3d Fri.; Edward D. Tucke, Jr., R. S., 

N. Chelmsford; Joseph Foley. B. A.. 197 Moore 

St. 
TaOore No. 108. Weavers Hall, 32 Middle St.; let 

Tues.; Charles A. Keefe, R. S., 3 Pleasant St. 
Teamatere No. 7f , CoaL Leather Workers Hall, 243 

Central St.; 1st Mon.; Patrick Hunt, R. S., 

425 Broadway. 
Tnmttere No. 88 (Board of Health). L O. O. F. 

Han, 82 Middlesex St.; 4th Sun.; John J. 

WaUaoe. R. S., 53 Walker St. 
Tiieatrieal Stage Bmployeee No, 86. 22 Middle St.; 

2d Fri.; John W. Buey, S., 14 Dodge St. 
Typograpkiedl Union No. 810. Carpenters Hall, 82 

Middle St.; 2d Sun.; Fred A. Spead, S. T., 125 

Pleasant St.. Draeut. 
Wemere No. 818 (Polish) (U. T. W.). 32 Middle St. ; 

3d Sun.; Baltony ^tkos, S., 1 Quthrie Ct. 
Wtaem No. 866 (Woolen). I. O. O. F. Hall. 82 

Middleeex St.; James Patrick, S., 26 Greenwood 

St. 
Wool Sorters No. 6. I. O. O. F. Bldg., 82 Middlesex 

St.; Ist and 3d Tues.; Joseph Terry, R. S. and 

B. A.. 223 Hildreth St. 

Ludlow. 

TextiU Workers No. 7tO (U. T. W.). Foresters Hall. 

Johnson St., Indian Orchard; 1st Mon.; Jan 

Fieriit, F. S. and B. A., Box 472. 
Spinners No. 977. Masonic Hall, 28 Winsor St.; 3d 

Thurs.; Miss Margaret Cleary, C. and R. S., 

Elm St. * 

Weners No. 788 (U. T. W.). Bay and Main Sts.; 

Ist and 3d Fri.; George Plummer, Ludlow, 

MsM.; I. LaValley, Pres. and B. A., 13 Cedar 

St, Indian Orchard. 

LTRK. 

Bafcsr« No. 188. Carpenters Hall, 62 Munroe St.; 
2d and 4th Sat.; Christopher Kenneally, F. S., 
68 Chatham St., E. Lynn; Cecil Peterson, B. A. 



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Bakers No. 188 (Hebrew). 120 Market St.; 2d and 

4th Fri.; J. Latterman. S., 103 Flint St. 
Barbers No. 847. 120 Market St.; 2d Wed.; Frank 

Rogers. C. and F. S. and B. A., 50a Rockaway St. 
Bartenders No. 88. 10 Ontral Av.; 2d Sun.; John 

J. Grifiin, S. T., 70 Adams St. 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. 806 (Mixed) (B. A S. W.). 

Sharon Hall, 61 Exchange St.; 1st Thurs.; John 

D. DuUea. B. A., Box 532. 
Bottom Finishers and Buffers No. 81 (U. S. W.). 

Lasters Hall, 34 Andrew St.; Charies O. Whid- 

den, F. S., 10 Central Sq.; John F. Madden. 

B. A. 
Boxmakers No. 1199. (See Carpenters No. 1199). 
Bricklayers and Plasterers No. 18. 26 Munroe St.; 

Thurs.; Thomas Gavin, C. S.. 801 Washington 

St.; Fred Kealey. B. A.. 62 Munroe St. 
BuiUHno Laborers No. 890. Bricklayers and Plas- 
terers Hall. 26 Munroe St.; Mon.; John Carney. 

S.; Fred Kealey. B. A.. 62 Munroe St. 
Button Hole Operators No. 88 (U. S. W.). FuUer Blk.. 

10 Central Sq.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Charles O. 

Whidden. F. S.; Miss Julia A. Lyons. B. A. 
Carpenters No. 696. 62 Munroe St.; Thurs. ; Leonard 

G. Newman. S.. 55 Pnwpeot St.; A. W. Clark. 

B. A. 
Carpenters No. 1199 (Boxmakers) . A. LeClare. R. S.. 

2 Elmore St.; A. W. (Hark. B. A.. 62 Munroe St. 
Carpenters No. 1767 (Millmen). 62 Munroe St.; 2d 

and 4th Tues.; Frank Ham. S., 9 Stevens Ct.; 

A. W. Clark. B. A. 

Cement Workers No, 166, 128 Market St.; 1st and 

3d Fri.; Charles E. Jefferson. S. T. and B. A.. 

63 Verdmont Av.. E. Lynn. 
Cigar Makers No. 66. Lasters Hall. 34 Andrew St.; 

1st Wed.; William P. Sterner. S.. 91 Willow St. 
City Employeee No. 600. Emmet Hall. 120 Market 

St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Michael J. McGuire, 

F. S.. 34 Bulfinch St. 
Cutters No. 68 (U. S. W.). Fuller Blk.. 10 Central 

Sq.; Thurs.; CharlesO. Whidden. F.S.; William 

McDonald. B. A. 
Cutters No. 99 (B. & S. W.). 61 Exchange St.; 4th 

Thurs.; John D. Dullea. B. A.. Box 532. 
Die Cutters No. 804. Lasters Hall. 34 Andrew St.; 

1st Thurs.; F. D. Moody. S., 75 Elm St., Stone- 
ham. 
Bdgemakers Independent No. 1. 93 Munroe St.; 

Tues.; Patrick Reardon, R. S., 5 Ellis St.; John 

Gilbo. B. A.. 93 Munroe St. 
Electrical Workers No. 877. Carpenters HaU, 62 

Munroe St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; R. E. Roberts, 

S.. 15 Abom St.; Fred Kealey. B. A. 
Engineers, Amalgamated Society of: Lynn Branch No. 

780. Columbia Hall, Federal Sq.; alt. Tues.; 

Frederick Moseley. S.. 14 Tidd St.. Swampscott. 
Qoodyear Operators Independent No. 1. 290 Union 

St.; Tues.; John D. Reardon. S. and B. A. 
Qoodyear Operators No. 889 (B. A S. W.). Sharon 

HaU. 61 Exchange St.; 4th Tues.; John DuUea, 

B. A.. Box 532. 

Granite Cutters. St. Jean Baptiste HaU. 62 Munroe 
St.; 3d Mon.; Timothy Keane. S. T.. 161 
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Grocery and Provition Clerks, IndependerU. Sharon 
Hall. 61 Exchange St.; Ist and 3d Tuea.; Lau- 
rence E. Killian. S., 39 Whitinc St. ; F. A. Sutton. 
B. A., 28 Ireson St. 

Hed Workers Independent No. 1. Wolcott Hall, 168 
Market St.; Ist and 3d Mon.; Joseph A. Cor- 
deau, B. A. 

Hoiel and Restaurant Emptoyees No. 929. Sharon 
Hall. 61 Exchange St.; 3d Mon.; Timothy H. 
Hanley. F. S. and B. A., 4 Ellis St. 

Industrial Workers No. BOO (Metals and Machinery). 
Edgemakers Hall, 93 Munroe St.; last Wed.; 
O. Kinsales, R. S.. 88 S. Common St. 

Lasiers No. 1 (U. S- W.). Lastert Hall. 34 Andrew 
St.; Wed.; Charles O. Whidden, F. S.. 10 Cen- 
tral Sq.; R. M. Osbom, B. A. 

Lasters No. S» (B. & S. W.). Sharon Hall. 61 Ex- 
change St.; 3d Thurs.; John D. DuUea, B. A., 
Box 632. 

Lasting Machine Operators No. 6 (U. S. W.). Ex- 
change Hall. 14 Market St.; Tues.; Charles O. 
Whidden. F. S.. 10 Central Sq.; Thomas H. 
MoAuliffe, B. A.. 34 Andrew St. 

Lawmakers No. 14S76. Sharon Hall. 61 Exchange 
St.; Fri.; R. A. McQougan. R. S., 62 Columbia 
St., Swampscott. 

Lathers No, 99. 62 Munroe St.; Wed.; Thomas 
Nugent. F. S.. 6 High St.; Fred Eealey, 
B.A. 

LetelUrsNo.lSiV.Q.Vf.). Lasters HaU, 34 Andrew 
St.; Mon.; Charles O. Whidden. F. S.. 10 Cen- 
tral Sq.; Thomas H. MoAuliffe. B. A. 

MaekinisU No. 471 . Teamsters HaU. 36 Munroe St. ; 
Tues.; Walter Ralph. R. S.; Roscoe L. Hall. 
B.A. 

Moving Piehirs Operators No. »46. Lasters HaU, 34 
Andrew St.; 1st Sun.; Harlan A. Cole. C. S., 
Box 87. Salem; Charles I. Sowdon. B. A., 41 
Harwood St. 

Musicians No. IM. St. Jean HaU. 46 Central Sq.; 
2d and 4th Sun.; W. H. Rioker, R. S., 130 
Market St. 

Packing Room Workers No. 8 (U. S. W.). Exchange 
HaU. 14 Market St.; Wed.; Charles O. Whidden. 
F. S.. 10 Central Sq.; WUUam J. CoUins, B. A. 

Painters No. 111. 1 27 Oxford St. ; Wed. ; C. Edward 
January. S.. 26 Aster St.; Fred Kealey, B. A.. 
62 Munroe St. 

Pattern Makers: Lynn Branch of Bosion Association. 
(See Boston.) 

Photo Engravers No. 55. Members' homes; 1st Mon.; 
Howard A. Hastings, S. T., 120 Beacon HUl A v. 

Plumbers No. 77. 62 Munroe St.; Fri.; Joseph P. 
Curry, R. S., 447 Summer St., W. Lynn. 

Railway Clerks: Shos City Lodge No. 96. B. & M. 
Freight Office, Bennett St.; 2d Tues.; John H. 
Linehan, S. T., 16 Salem St. 

Roofers Nos. 19 and 96 (Joint Union). 127 Oxford 
St.: 2d and 4th Thurs.; Fred B. Perry, S., 164 
Rockaway PI.; NeU MacDonald, B. A.. 62 
Munroe St. 

Sheet Metal Workers No. £17. 46 Ontral Sq.; Ist. 
3d, and 6th Thurs.; L. W. Chase, R. S.. 62 
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Shoe Stitchers No. 67 (Ladies) (U. S. W.). PuUer 

BUc, 10 Ontral Sq.; Wed.; Charles O. Whidden. 

F. S.; Walter J. Barber, B. A. 
Shos Workers No. 64 (U. S. W.). Exchange HaU. 

14 Market St.; Thurs.; Charles O. Whidden, 

F. S.. 10 Ontral Sq. ; WiUiam J. CoUins, B. A. 
Sols Leather Workers No. 68 (U. S. W.) . Lasters HaU. 

34 Andrew St.; Thurs.; Charles O. Whidden. 

F. S.; Roy Young, B. A. 
StaHonary Firemen No. $99. Carpenters Hall, 62 

Munroe St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Charles A. Bab- 
cock, F. S. and B. A., 38 Essex Ct. 
Steam Engineers No. 6$. 62 Munroe St.; 1st and 3d 

Thurs.; H. B. Brown, S.. 333 Union St. 
SteamfUters and GasfUters No. $77. 46 Central Sq.; 

Ist Mon.; George H. Stone, R. 8., 176 BuniU 

St., Swampscott. 
Stitchers No. 17, McKay (U. S. W.). Lasters HaU, 

34 Andrew St.; Fri.; Charles O. Whidden, F. S.. 

10 Central Sq. 
Stitchers No. 108 (B. A S. W.). Sharon HaU, 61 Ex- 
change St.; 2d Thurs.; John D. DuUea, B. A.. 

Box 632. 
StockfUlers No. 68 (U. 8. W.). Lasters HaU. 34 

Andrew St.; Thurs.; Charles O. Whidden. F. S.. 

10 Central Sq.; Joseph Parks. B. A., 10 Ontral 

Sq. 
Stone Masons No. S6. 127 Oxford St.; Tues.; John 

J. Mara, C. S.. 68 CoUins St. 
Street and Electric Railwav Employees No. M98. Car- 
penters HaU. 62 Munroe St.; 1st and 8d Tues.; 

Edward B. Brennan, F. S., 364 Broadway. 
Teameters Proteaive No. 4M. Teamsters HaU. 35 

Munroe St.; Mon.; WiUiam A. Nealey, S. T. 

and B. A. 
Telephone Operators: Sub Local No. 1 of Electrical 

Workers No. 577. Sharon HaU.. 61 Exchange 

St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; Miss Mary Creamer, 

R. S.. 79 Ridgaway St. 
Theatrical Stags Employees No. 75. 86 Munroe St.; 

3d Sun.; M. W. Donohue, S.. 106 Chatham 

St. 
Turn Workmen No. S (S. W. P.). Jefferson Club 

HaU, 86 Munroe St.; Mon.; S. J. Pothier. S., 

163 Merrimack St.. HaverhiU; John F. Bowen. 

B. A.. 163 Merrimack St.. HaverhiU. 
Typographical No. 1$0. Sharon HaU, 61 Exchange 

St.; Ist Sun.; Thomas J. Minton. S.. 34 Herbert 

St. 

HALDIN. 

Carpenters No. 6$6, Baileys HaU, 66 Pleasant St; 

Tues.; Charles Shanley. R. S., 64 Pearl St. 
Cigar Makers No. 97. ^See Boston.) 
City Employees No. 100. (See Stoneham.) 
City Employees No. 166 (Health Department). 

Hibernian HaU, Charles St.; 4th Sun.; John 

Cronin, R. S., 233 Emerald St. 
Coal Teamsters and Hslpers No. SI4. 263 Charles 

St.; 2d Fri.; John J. Lucey, R. S., 238 Charlet 

St. 
Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. $4$. 

BaUey Bldg., 66 Pleasant St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; 

Daniel O'Leary. R. S.. 62 Maple St.. Melrose. 



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Plmmbtn No. 146. C. L. U. HaU. BftUeys Bide, 

M PkMant St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Edward 

Devine, R. 8.. 361 Main St. 
Sktd MtUl Workw No. 416. Baileyi HaU. M 

Pkaaant St.; lat FrL; J. W. Pattenon. F. 8.. 

128 Main St.. Stoneham. 
S(0M JfMoiu i^o. 57. Baileys HaO. M PleaMunt St.; 

1ft and 3d Mon.; Thomas DrisooU, R. S., 43 

DikoU St., Dorchester. 
fmmtttn No. 319, City. C. L. U. HaD. 56 Pleasant 

St; 2d Mon.; John J. Cahill, S. T.. 156 Pleasant 

St. 

IfaiHThtittr 
CrjmOtn No. 9M4. Carpenters HaU, Central St.; 

Fii; W. H. MoEachem. S.. 112 Pine St. 
Mutidmu No. 584* (See OLOOCMTxm.) 
PnmUn, D^eoralors and Poptrhanotn No. 797. 

Carpenters HaU. Central Sq.; Mon.; Charles W. 

Sawyer. R. S., 7 Vine St. 



CmpenUn No. 1664, WUson HaU, N. Main St.; 
2d and 4th Thurs.; R. H. Burrows, R. S.. Hope 
St. 

Marhlaliiart. 

Conwiilm No. 98$. Advent HaU, Washington St.; 
Mem.; Ernest F. Nichols, R. S., 15 High St.; 
Miehael O'Brien, B. A.. 71 Washington St., 



LuUn No. $6 (U. S. W.). Gregory HaU, 1 School 

St.; Thurs.; John Coogan. F. S., 20 Barnard 

St; Patrick J. Buckley, B. A., 51 Broad St., 

Baieni. 
Pttsfan No. 799. Gregory HaU, 1 School St.; Mon.; 

L A. O'Hem, R. S., 30 RusseU St. 
Tfwuien ProUolive No. 466. Teamsters HaU, 

Atlantic Av.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Thomas H. 

Rhoades, S. T., Glover St.; WiUiam A. Nealey, 

B. A., 18 School St., Lynn. 
Twn Workmen No. 4 (S. W. P.). 100 Pleasant St.; 

Wed.; S. J. Pothier, S., 163 Merrimack St., 

HaverhUl; John F. Bowen. B. A., 163 Merrimack 

St.,HaverhUL 

Marlon. 

CtrptnUn No. 1601. Town HaU, Water St.; Fri.; 
Jonathan W. Hudson, R. S., Main St. 



ICABLBOmOUOH. 

Bmtmdtr$ No. 9M. Painters HaU, 118 Main St.; Ist 

Sun.; David J. Forrest, S. T.. 26 HiU St. 
B0«< md Shoo Workers No. 69 (Mixed). Room 18 

Burke Bldg.; Fri.; WiUiam H. KeUeher, S.; 

George McManamy, B. A. 
BridUsytrs, Mammo, end PlaeUren No. 46. Painters 

HiU, 118 Main St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; W. M. 

Leonard, S., 32 Central St. 
Corpmtert No. 988, 1st National Bank HaU, 200 

Mam St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Albert C. Perry, 

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Cioar Maken No. Ml. Room 5 Burke Bldg., Main 

St.; 1st Mon.; Edgar CranneU. S. T. and B. A., 

165 E. Main St. 
CvUino Die and CuUer Makers No. SOt. Burke BUc., 

Main St.; 1st Wed.; Luke CoUins, R. S., 66 

DevensSt. 
QraniU CtUtero. M. W. MitcheU, Diet. Offioer, 70 

E. Main St. 
Mueidane ProteeUvo No. $46. Burke Blk., Main St.; 

2d Sun.; Frank B. Proctor, R. S.. 441 Lake- 
side Av. 
Painters, DeooraUtrs, and Paperktmoers No. 661. 

Painters £[aU, 118 Main St.; Fri.; H. B. Sher^ 

man, R. S.. 34 Cotting Av. 
Plumbers and Steamfitters No. ISl. Burke Bldg., 

Main St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; H. M. Byrne, F. S., 

58 Water St. 
Sheet Msial Workers No. 1$9. Burke BUc., Main St.; 

Ist and 3d Thurs.; Louis E. Bumess, R. S., 

277 Mechanic St. 
Street and Electric Raihooy Smployses No. 6$0. K. 

of C. HaU, Concord St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; 

William Johnson, S., Framingham Centre. 
Typographical No. $81 (Marlborough and Hudson). 

Various shops; monthly; J. Vincent Lyons, S. 

T. and B. A., 87 Essex St. 

Majnard. 

Carpenters No. 14I8. Masonic HaU, P. O. BUc; Ist 

and 3d Fri.; Daniel J. Dwyer, F. S., Box 456. 
Loomfixers No. 4OI. I. O. O. F. HaU, Mason St.; 

2d Thurs.; George H. Waterbouse, F. S., 24 

Brook St. 
MuU Spinners No. 787. L O. O. F. HaU, Mason St.; 

3d Tues.; Charles J. Spencer, S., Box 528. 
TexHU Workers No. 771. Parker St. HaU; 1st 

Thurs.; A. J. Lindfors, C. S., Box 1158. 

UDFOBD. 

Carpenters No. 777. Red Mens HaU; Tues.; George 

E. SeUers, R. S.. 650 Columbia Rd., Dor.; J. A. 
Ck>rkum, B. A., 78 Ferry St., Everett. 

Painters, Decorators, and PaperhanQers No. 606. 
Painters HaU, Riverside BUc., Main St.; 1st and 
3d Fri.; Samuel Bunney, F. S., 43 Washington 
St. 

1IILB08K. 

Carpenters No. 760. 2d and 4th Mon.; H. H. Gove, 

F. S., 87 Summer St.. Stoneham; John G. CogUl, 
B. A., 27 Glen Ct., Maiden. 

Methuen. 

Carpenters No. 1$16. I. O. O. F. Hall; Ist Fri.; 
Benjamin G. McCoy, R. S., 20 Barker St.; 
Alexander B. Grady, B. A.. 253 LoweU St.. 
Lawrence. 

Mlddleborouffh. 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. $0 (Mixed). Red Mens 
HaU, S. Main St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; Elmer E. 
Phinney, F. S., Box 71; S. L. Brett, B. A.. 11 
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C«rptnter$ No. 1B71. RobinronB HftU, N. Main St.; 

l8t and 3d Tues.; Louia D. Churbuok, R. 8., 2 

High St.; George H. ThomiMon, B. A., 15 E. 

Main St. 
MtmeioM No. m- Red Mens HaU. S. Main St.; 

Ist Mon.; O. Walter Eriokson. R. S. and B. A.. 

61 Wood St. 
PainUfrt No. 607. Carpenters Hall, N. Main St.; 

Ist Wed.; Charles C. Smith, F. S., 11 Barrows 

St.; Frank Monahan, B. A., Everett Sq. 

MlUord. 
BarUr9 No. lU- Carpenters HaU, Main St.; last 

Tues.; William Larson, S. T.. 218 Main St. 
Bartenders No. 96. A. O. H. Hall, Main St.; 1st 

Sat.; Patrick Murphy, S., Hotel Rockingham. 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. 40 (Mixed). Elks HaU, 

189 Main St.; 4th Mon.; John F. Reardon, 

C. S. and B. A., Room 5, QUlon Blk. 
Carpenters No. 867. Scotts BUc., Main St.; 2d and 

4th Tues.; James W. Smith, S., 89 Prospect 

St. 
Cigar Makers No. 160. Scotts Blk., Main St.; 1st 

Mon.; Joseph Jiskra, F. S., Box 162. 
OrantU Cutters: MUford Branch. Eagle HaU, Main 

St.; Ist Fri. after 15th; Peter P. Casey, C. S., 

8 Spring St. 
Maehinists: Hopedale Lodge No. 48. (See FRAMiNa- 

HAM.) 

Painters and Paperhangers No. $1 6. Carpenters HaU, 
Scotts Blk., Main St.; 2d and 4th Mon.; E. I. 
Scott, F. S.. 296 Main St. 

Phimbers No. 646. A. O. H. HaU, Main St.; 2d and 
4th Tues.; Arthur J. Laviolette, S.. 4 Bums Ct. 

Quarry Workers No. 71. A. O. H. HaU. Main St.; 
3d Fri.; John McRae, C. S. and R. S.. 22 Pleas- 
ant St. 

Steam Engineers No. 7S, Eagle HaU. Main St.; 2d 
and 4th Fri.; WUUam H. Forbes. C. S., S. Main 
St.; Daniel E. Corbin, B. A., S. Milford. 

MUlon FaUs. (See Montaoub.) 

MUton. 

Carpenters No. 1798. Johnstons Blk.. Adams St.; 
Mon.; W. E. Webb. S., 93 Parkway. Mat^pan. 

Monson. 

QraniU Cutters: Monson Branch. A. O. U. W. HaU; 
3d Fri.; M. F. Dalton. Dist. Officer. Monson. 
Mass. 

Monteffut. 

(MiLLSBS Falza and Tubnbbs Falu). 

Iron Molders No. $47. St. Jeans HaU, Avenue A, 
Turners FaUs: 3d Mon.; C. E. Shea, C. S., Box 
133, MiUers FaUs; James Loveday. B. A.. 103 
Ann St.. Hartford. Ct. 

MackinisU: Ml. Mineral Lodge No. 158 (MUlers 
FaUs). Curtis HaU. MUlers FaUs; 2d and 4th 
Tues.; Ernest Parsons. S.. Box 32. MiUers Falls. 



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Metal PoUshers, Buffers, Platers, etc.. No. 174 (^GUert 

FaUs). Wheeler House. Main St.; 2d Fri.; 

Daniel C. Donohue. F. S., 30 Franklin St. 
Papsr Makers No. 10 (Turners FaUs) . St. Jean HaU. 

Avenue A.; 3d Sun.; Charles HiUman. F. a. 

14 N St.. Turners FaUs. 
StaUonary Firemen No. 88 (Turners Falls). Ham- 

Uns HaU, Third St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Jeremiah 

J. SuUivan. a, Turners FaUs. 

Hahant. 

Carpenters No. 1984- Town HaU, Nahant Rd.; 2d 
and last Wed.; Thomas F. Coakley, R. 8.. 10 
Emerald St. 

Town Emptoyees No. 666. Town HaU, Nahant Rd.; 3d 
Tues.; Edward J. Hyde. S., Nahant Rd. 



Hatiek. 

Boot and Shoe Workers No. 844 (Mixed). Royal Ar- 
canum HaU, North Av.; Bartholomew J. Healy, 

F. S.. 14 Morse St. 
Carpeniers No. 847. O. A.R. HaU, 4 Main St.; Mon.; 

Charles Senter. R. S.. 107 Pond St. 
Lasters No. 60 (U. S. W.). Eagle HaU, Main St; 

Fri.; Fred Haycock. B. A.. 39 South Av. 
Musicians No. 893. Winch Bldg.. Main St.; Sd 

Sun.; D. C. Rjran. S. T.. 11 Tibbetts St. 
Painterst Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 916, 

Rices Blk.; Ist and 3d Wed.; Charles R. Edas. 

R. S.. 67 Summer St. 
Plumbers and StsamfiUers No. 448. Downs Hall: 

1st and 3d Thurs.; S. Edgar Knowlton. R. S.. 

Roxbury Av. 
Sheet Metal Workers No. 800, Tontian HaU. Maia 

St.; 2d Mon.; WUUam Bean. S.. Ashland. Ma*. 
Teamsters Proteetite No, 886. Wmch Blk.. 1st and 

3d Mon.; C. E. Graham. S.. 14 Wahiut St. 

Heedham. 

Carpenters No. 698. Carpenters HaU; Tues.; Frank 

E. Jones. F. 8.. 52 HUlside Av.. Nesdham 
Heights. 

NIW BIDFOBD. 

Bakers No. 96. German HaU, Adams St.; 2d and 

last Sat.; Joseph B. Holmes, B. A., 661 0>unt7 

St. 
Barbers No. H7. Weavers HaU. 188 Pleasant St.; 

3d Mon.; PhiUp Monty. Jr.. C. F. 8. and B. A. 

1815 Purchase St. 
Barienders No. 100. Dawson HaU, 851 Purchase St.; 

Ist and 3d Sun.; Michael H. SuUivan, B. and 

B. A.. 47 Trinity St. 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. 888. Labor Twnplti 

Pleasant St.; 2d Wed.; Peter F. MuUestm. 

F. S. and C. S.. 47 Thompson St. 

BottUrs No. 884. Arbeiter Lieder Tafel HaU. 14 

Adams St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; Charles B. Hnntar. 

S.. 93 BeUeviUe Rd. 
Brewery Workmen No. 197. Arbeiter liedsr TkM 

HaU. 14 Adams St.; 2d Tues. and last Mon-; 

Albert H. Krapf. R. and C. 8.. 1101 County St. 



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BrieUsyerfl and PlaaUrers No. S9. Maaonks Bldg.; 

Wed.; Jeflse T. Metcalf, 8., 230 Tarkiln Hill Rd.; 

WiDutm NeboD. B. A., 728 Kempton St. 
Cardera osid Rtng 8pinner$ A»»oeialion No. S6. 832 

Parchaae St.; 2d Tues.; James H. Simpeon. S.. 

23 Ashley St., Cove ViUace. 
CarpenUr$ No. lOMl (French). 884 Acushnet At.; 

Moo.; George Coursey. S., 68 Hatch St.; 

William Nelson, B. A., 728 Kempton St. 
CffpOTMrs No. 1987, 384 Acnshnet Av.; Toes.; 

George F. Curry, S., 19 Columbia St.; William 

Nelson. B. A.. 728 Kempton St. 
Ccrpentors No. 17SS. 384 Acushnet Av.; 1st and 

3d Fri.; John daSilvia, S.. 264 Purchase St.; 

WilHam Nelson. B. A.. 728 Kempton St. 
Ciig Employees No. 185. Labor Temple. Pleasant 

St.; Nov. to May. 2d and 4th Stm.; May to 

Nov., Ist and 3d Tues.; John F. Andrews, F. S., 

C. S. and B. A., 83 Morgan St. 
Dmeer Tendere No. 833 (U. T. W.). Spinners Hall. 

64 Purchase St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Edmund H. 

Tell. S. and B. A., 1655 Acushnet Av. 
BUetrieal Workere No. tH. Labor Temple. Pleasant 

St.; Tues.; Arthur Gleason, S., 519 Rivet St.; 

William Nekon. B. A.. 728 Kempton St. 
f n^msert, Amaioomaied Society of: New Bedford 

Branch. Labor Temple, Pleasant St.; Alt. 

Tues.; Mark Redfem, S., 484 Summer St.; 

William T. Irvin, B. A., 46 Massaohusetto Av., 

Quiney. 
FHnt GUee Workere No. 17 (Blowers). Labor Temple, 

Pleasant St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; James J. Joelin, 

S., State St. 
rUml QUue Workere No. US (Cuttws). Labor Tem- 
ple, Pleasant St.; 1st and 3d Wed.; James J. 

Jodin, S., State St. 
Qremie CutUre: New Bedford Brandt. Labor Tem- 
ple, Pleasant St.; Thurs. on or after 15th; James 

W. Grewooek, 8., 12 Stone St. 
Orocsry Clarke No. 1S9S. Spinners Hall. 822 Purchase 

St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; Patrick Sherrin, R. S., 

482 Cottage St. 
Hoiatimg ami Portable Enoinecre No. ISS. Carpenters 

HaD, Union St.; Ist and 3d Thurs.; Carl F. 

HaywBid, R. S., 195 Shawmut Av.; Edward 

McAloon, B. A., 63 Washington St. 
IrM Uoldare No. ses. 3d floor, 99 HoUy St.; 1st 

Fri.; Joseph E. Johnson, C. R.; Eugene L. 

Murphy. B. A., 116 Window Av., Norwood. 
Utlere No. i7 (B. A S. W.). Labor Temple, Pleasant 

St.; 1st Fri.; H. E. Card. F. S., 210 Austin St. 
Loomfixere Aeeodation. 598 Pleasant St.; 2d Fri.; 

John Hobin, S. and B. A. 
Moeino Picture Machine Operatore (See Theatrical 

Stoffe Emptoyeee Auxiliary No. 18). 
Mule Sjrinnere No. B. 62) Purchase St.; 3d Tues.; 

Hon. Samuel Ross, S. and B. A., 68 WiUis St., or 

Box 367. 
Mueiciane Protective No. BI4. Labor Temple, Pleas- 
ant St.; 1st Sun.; John Anderson, R. S., 85 

Dartmouth St. 
Pajntert, Deeoraiore, and Paperhangere No. 691. 

Labor Temple, Pleasant St.; Mon.; Arthur D. 

Chartebois, S., 5 W. Cove Rd. 



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Pluwbare No. 5S. Labor Temple, Pleasant St.; 2d 

and 4th Wed.; James F. Collins. R. S., 27 

Trinity St. 
QuiiUre and Beamere (See Weavere No. IS, National 

Federation of). 
Railway Clerke No. 68. Labor Temple. Pleasant St.; 

2d Fri.; John J. L. Evers, R. S. and B. A.. 422 

Summer St. 
Retail Saleemen*e Aeeodation. Red Men's Hall, 

Acushnet Av.; 1st Tues.; Louis P. Prefontaine, 

S., 85 Dean St. 
Sheet Metal Workere No. $89. Labor Temple. Pleas- 
ant St.; 3d Mon.; James H. Nelson, F. S.. 146 

Collette St. 
Shoe SHtchere and Cuttere No. 943 (B. db S. W.). 

Labor Temple, Pleasant St.; 2d Mon.; George 

D. McC^arthy, S.. 25 Mazfield St. 
Slaeher Tender e (See Dtmmt Tender e). 
Stationary Firemen No. B94. Spinners Hall, 832 

Purchase St.; Ist and 3d Fri. and 2d Sun; 

Robert Wilson, S. T.. 29 Valentine St.; John H. 

Balderson, B. A., 177 Weld St. 
Theatrical Stage Employeee No. 131. Labor Temple, 

Pleasant St.; 2d Sun.; John Baptiste, C. S.. 

■Box 499; Thomas Flaherty. B. A.. Box 499. 
TJie<arical Stage Employeee Auxiliary No. 18 (Moving 

Picture Machine Operators). Columbia Theatre; 

2d Tues.; Walter Smith. F. S., Casino Theatre; 

(Charles E. Cowing, B. A., Hathaways Theatre. 
Typographical No. t76. Labor Temple. Pleasant 

St.; last Sun.; Paul V. Murphy, S , 373 Chan- 
cery St. 
Warp Twiatere No. 874. Labor Temple, Pleasant 

St.; 1st Mon.; William Norwood, S. and B. A., 

95 Willard St. 
Weanre Protective Aeeodation, Cotton. Labor Temple, 

Pleasant St.; 2d Tues.; Francis J. Duffy, Jr., S. 

and B. A., Box 543. 
Weavere No. 13, National Federation of (QuiUers and 

Beamers). Meaney Bldg., cor. Divimon and 

S. Water Sts.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Henry P. 

Martin. S.. 5 Eznery St.; Leo R. Donnelly. B. A., 

5 Emery St. 

MWBUftlFOKT. 

Bartendere No. 91. Carpenters Hall. 12 SUte St.; 
2d Sun.; John F. Mahoney, S. T.. 1) Olive St. 

Bricklayere, Maeone, and Plaeterere No. 4I' Car- 
penters Hall. 12 State St.; 2d Fri.; Frank W. 
Marshall. C. S., 13 Eagle St.; T. H. McCarthy, 
B. A., 28 Warren St. 

Carpentere No 989. Carpenters Hall. 12 SUte St.; 
Thurs.; Marshall JolotU. R. S.. 10 Chestnut St. 

Iron Moldere No. 474- Hibernian Hail, Pleasant St.; 
3d Wed.; Frederick Pierce, C. and F. S., Board- 
man St. ; Eugene L. Murphy, B. A., 116 Wlnslow 
St., Norwood. 

Mueiciane Protective No. 378, 13| Merrimao St.; on 
call; Thomas W. Knight, S., 2 Woodland St. 

Paintere No. 68». Carpenters Hall, 12 SUte St.; 
Ist and 3d Wed.; Charles M. Morrill, R. 8., 
R. F. D., Box 68, W. Newbury. 

Typographical No. 686. Members' houses; 2d Tues.; 
Daniel Foster, S. T., 241 Merrimao St. 



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Brieklayert and PloiUrtn No. Si. Nonantum Hall. 
251 Waahiogton St.; Mon.; Thomas H. Man- 
niog. C. S., 118 West St. 

Buildino Laborert No. 70. Hibernian Hall, Waah- 
ington St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Patrick Foran, 
F. S., 204 River St.. W. Newton. 

Carpentert No. B76. Nonantum Hall, 251 Washing- 
ton St.; Tuee.; Clarence L. Connors, R. S., 118 
Bullard St., Watertown; L. H. Johnson. B. A., 
3 Cook St.. Newton Highlands. 

Carpenters No. 680 (Newton Centre). Cirouit Hall. 
Newton Centre; Tues.; W. £. Corkum. R. S.. 

14 Lyman St.; L. H. Johnson, B. A., 3 Cook St.. 
Newton Highlands. 

Carpeniere No. 708 (W. Newton). A. O. U. W. Hall. 

Washington St.; Fri.; D. M. Chandler. R. S., 

Webster St., W. Newton; L. H. Johnson. B. A.. 

3 Cook St.. Newton Highlands. 
CarpenUre No. 1600 (Mill). Nonantum Hall. 251 

Washington St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; J. Patohett, 

R. S., 15 Jerome St.. W. Newton. 
Ciiy Bmploueet No. 176. Associates Hall; John J. 

Hurley. 21 West St. 
Painiertt Deooratcre, and Paperhangera No. S6S. 

A. O. U. W. Hall. Washington St.. W. Newton; 

2d Mon.; William Darmody, Jr., F. and R. S., 

137 River St., W. Newton. 
Painters, Deooratore, and Paperhangere No. 645. 

195 Cypress St.. Newton Centre; 1st and 3d 

Thurs.; Frank A. Mahaney. F. S. 
Plumbers No. tOi. A. O. U. W. HaU. Washington 

St.. W. Newton; 2d and 4th Thurs.; H. Fits- 

patrick. S.. Cherry St.. W. Newton. 

NOKTH ADAMS. 

Barbers No. 166. C. L. U. Hall. Dowlin Blk.. Main 
St.; last Tues.; P. H. Nagle. S.. 44 Eagle St. 

Bartenders No. 166. Dowlin Blk.. Main St.; 1st 
Sun.; Robert W. Irvin. R. S.. 183 Houghton St.; 
Thomas Fitsgerald. B. A.. 58 Braoewell Av. 

BooOAacks ProUeUse No. 11664. 70 Main St.; Semi- 
annuaUy. Nicolas Del Negro, S. T. 

Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers No. 18. Dowlin 
Blk.. Room 506, Main St.; Mon.; O. C. Bou- 
chard, C. and R. S., 4 Riohview St. 

Carpenters No. 196. C. L. U. HaU, Dowlin Blk., 
Main St.; Wed.; S.H.Crum, R.S., 291 Ashland 
St. 

Cigar Makers No. 606. C. L. U. HaU. DowUn BUc., 
Main St.; Ist Tues.; E. R. Stein. F. S. and T., 

15 Highland Av. 

Horseshoers No. 91. 101 Main St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; 

Edward F. Morrissey, S., 66 CU£f St. 
hastes No. 166 (B. A S. W.). DowUn BUc., Main 

St.; 2d Tues.; P. F. DriscoU. C. S., 112 Liberty 

St. 
Loomfixers No. 68. LaCayette HaU, Main St.; 2d 

and 4th Wed.; Joseph Sohlesinger, R. S.. 140 

Cli£f St. 
Maintenance of Way Employees No. 678. 31 Eagle 

St.; 2d Sat.; Dennis ScuUy. S. T.. Box 73. 
Molders No. 600. C. L. U. HaU. DowUn BUc. Main 

St.; 1st Fri.; M. B. Wright, 32 Bank St. 



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Mjmeians No. 96. C. L. U. HaU, DowUn BUc., Main 

St.; 1st Sun., quarterly; Byron Q. Brigci, C. S. 

and B. A., 49 Summer St. 
Pointers, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 6. C. L. U. 

HaU, DowUn BUc., Main St.; Mon.; Charles C. 

Murphy, F. and R. S., 53 Chase Av. 
Railroad Station Employees No. 16. Fireman's HaU; 

3d Thurs.; Thomas Lunney, R. S., 17 Beacon 

St. 
Railroad Telegraphers: North Adams Diwision No. 169. 

2d and 4th Fri.; I. O. O. F. HaU, Main and 

SUte Sts.; 2d Sat. after 1st Toes.; H. F. Cook, 

Ch., Chariemont, Mass. 
Shoe Cutters No. 166 (B. A S. W.). DowUn BUc, 

Main St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Chariee J. Hager, 

S. T. and B. A., 184 Eagle St. 
SoU Fasteners No. 601 (B. A S. W.). DowUn Blk.. 

MainSt.; lstand3dTues.: E.Q.Sprague.F.a, 

151 Eagle St. 
Stationary Firemen No. 100. C. L. U. Hall, Dowfin 

Blk., Main St.; 1st Thurs. and 4th Sun.; E. W. 

Bradley, F. S.. 61 Summit Av. 
Sieam Engineers No. 646. ColUns Block, Paric St. 

Adams; 3d Fri.; John Walsh. F. S.. 91 Columbis 

St., Adams. 
Stitchers No. 686 (B. A S. W.) . Hoosao Savings Bank 

BUc., Main St.; 1st Mon.; Miss Anna Pottsr, 

C. S., 3 East St., Adams. 
Stock FiUers No. 697 (B. A S. W.). DowUn BUc. 

Main St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; J. F. Flaherty. F. S. 

and T.. 29 High St. 
Taiiors No. 666. Mansion House; 2d Mon.; P. H. 

Egnateff, S.. Box 452. 
Theatrical Stage Employees No. 86. C. L. U. HsU, 

DowUn BUc., Main St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Qeoise 

L. Casey, S. T.. 77 Holden St. 
Treers No. 616 (B. A S. W.) . Foresters HaU, Main St.; 

1st Fri.; Tibbetto M. Northrup. F. S.. 41 Centrsl 

Av. 
Typographical No. 616. C. L. U. HaU. Dowtin BUc. 

Main St.; 2d Tues.; Francis M. SuUivan. a T^ 

Box 384. 

NOKTHAHPTOir. 

Barbers No. 64- Board of Trade HaU. Main St; 

4th Tues.; Thomas P. D. Gordon. C. and F. S^ 

26 Pleasant St 
Bartenders No. 116. K. of P. HaU. 56 Main St; 3d 

Sun.; Michael J. O'NeiU. S. T. and B. A.. Hotel 

Beckmore. 
Bricklayers and Plasterers No. 4, Lambie HaU, 90 

Main St; 2d and 4th Mon.; C. B. Macomber. 

C. S.. 26 N. Elm St 
Building Laborers No. 66. Hibernian HaU. 90 Main 

St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; James Looey, R. S.. H 

Highland Av. 
Carpenters No. 661. K. of P. HaU. 56 Main St; 1st 

and 3d Fri.; J. E. (^habot F. S.. 29 Highland 

Av.; J. O. Bergeron. B. A.. 20 Nonotnok St 
Cigar Makers No. 696. Board of Trade HaU, Main 

St; 1st Tues.; PhUip Benjamin, C. S., Box 34. 
Electrical Workers No. 710. A. O. H. HaU, 90 Main 

St; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Edward O'NeiU, a and 

B. A.. 27 Armory St 



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Jrm MatdwM No, »96 CFlonoM). DsTis Hall. Main 

Si.; ad Mon.; Frank J. Hunt, C. R., 8^ and 

B. A., 53 Main St., Florenoe. 
Meial PciWten No, 1S9 (Bay State). German Hall. 

Bar State: Joseph Svoboda, R. S., 130 Federal St 
Jfumcieiu PnUdim No. UO, Band Hall. Pleasant 

St.; lat Son.; O. J. BHnn, &. HaydenviUe. 



fmmitn No. 645, A. O. H. HaU. 90 Main St.; let 
and 3d Fki; J. F. Downer. C. 8.. HaydenTille. 



FfuaAm^ Staow^UUn, end OufUUn No. $4, For- 
cum Hall. 86 Main St.; let and 3d Mon.; Joeeph 
Britain. Jr., F. a. 38 Myrtle St.; Joeeph A. 
Lepine. B. A.. 27 William St. 
Pulp,atdphiU,midPmptrMiUWorhonNo.7. A. O. 
H. HaU, 90 Main St.; 2d Tues. and 4th Sun.; 
Ranlc H. MasM. Pres. and B. A.. 212 Proepeot St. 
RsOnod Siutum Bmployom No. Bl. A. O. H. HaU. 
90Main8t.: 4th Twe.; Timothy O'Keefe. F. S. 
and T.. 44 Wahkot St.; Moaee P. McDonald. 11 
TaOeySt. 
Raitood Tr ainm m i : Moodam Cit$ Lod§o No, 448. 
K. of C. HaU. 37 Main St.; let and 8d Sun.: 
J. M. Flanker. R. a. 22 Edward Sq.; T. J. 
Lyndi. B. A.. 258 Main St. 
Bnh pot Ckrko: NorthmwtpUm Lod§o No. 66. Board 
of Trade Hall. 50 Mafai St.; let Mon.; S. A. 
Keoch. a T.. 83 Maaneoit St. 
StM&onatyFiromtnNo.l4S. A. O. H. HaU, 00 Main 
St.; 2d and 4th FrL; Thomae J. McQrath. C. 
and R. S.. 136 Hinokley St.. Bay Stete. 
SteM Uwnu No. 47. Lambie HaU. 00 Main St.; 

ad Sun.; John Ryan. F. S.. 33 Aldrioh St. 
Stmi and KUarie Bailwmy Bmployem No. 649. 86 
Main St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Oeorie W. Lawley. 
F. a and T.. 56 Cheetaut St.. Florenoe. 
ToOrn No. 168. City Hotel; let and 3d Tuee.; A. 

Anderaon. R. 8. 
Thoatieol SUpo Bmployom No. $8$. Foreetere HaU. 
86 Main St.; let Son.; Georse H. MorrUl. R. 8.. 
15 Maaonic St.; R. O. Wrialey. B. A.. 186 Proe- 
peetSt 
Tvpogrmpkkoi No. 711. 12 Crafte Av.; let Mon.; 
&. Ennet Reynokle. 8. T.. 10 High St.; Joeeph 
HineheUffe. B. A.. Box 504. 

Vorth AndoT«r. 

Card Uadmu Operaiora, By appointment; Phineas 
W. dark. Shop 8.. 13 Third St. 

Vorth Attleboroogh. 

CrpmUrt No. 1679. A. O. H. HaU. Waahington 
St.; 1ft and 3d Tuee.; A. W. Myers, F. and R. 
8..115EactSt. 

North Brookfltld. 

fioo< tad SAo« Worktro No. ISO (Mixed). Foreeters 

Han. Summer St.; lat Mon.; M. J. McNamara. 

F. 8., Box 731. 
OmtO, Wcrken No. 124^ Grange HaU. Cor. Main 

and Maple Ste.; lat Mon.; Mra. Gertrude L. 

Hambury. F. and R. 8.. Box 414. 



Norton (Babbowvtillb). 



Foldan No. 661. (See TAUinoif.) 



Norwood. 
BlmAmnith» No. 441- Lyrio HaU. Hyde Park; lat 

Sun.; John P. Cavanaogh. R. 8. and B. A.. 14 

LydenSt. 
BoiUr Mokmrt: Norwood Lodgt No. 681. 724 Waah- 

ington St., Boeton; 2d and 4th Fri.; Robert 

Hendereon, C. 8., 274 MetropoUten Av., Roe- 

Undale. 
BoMnndan No. 176. Conger HaU. Waahington St.; 

2d Tuee.; Patrick CuUen. F. 8.. Eaat Walpole; 

Thomaa Grover. B. A.. MatUpan. Maaa. 
CmrponUro No. 866. A. O. V. W. HaU. 636 Waah- 
ington St.; lat and 3d Tuee.; George N. Brooks. 

R. 8. and B. A.. 860 Waahington St. 
Iroii Moldort No. SMS. (See Foxborough.) 
Muneimiu No. S4S. Band HaU, Waahington St.; 

4th Sat.; Herbert L. Engley. 8. T., 10 Hoyle St. 
PntiUrOt DeoormtOTB, and Poperhangm'o No. 747. 

A. O. U. W. Hall, 636 Waahington St. ; 2d Thura. ; 

John Daunt, R. 8., 21 PhiUipa Av.; John J. 

FiUhenry, B. A., 862 Waahington St. 
PritUino Prooomon No. S6. A. O. U. W. HaU. 636 

Waahington St.; 2d Fri.; Franda J. Duncan, 

F.aT..267RaUroadAv. 



Oranfft. 

Ir<m Moldero No. S90. K. of P. HaU. Cor. E. and 8. 
Main Ste.; lat Fri.; WUUam H. Geddee. C. R.. 
16 Beacon St.; E. L. Murphy, B. A., 116 Wine- 
low Av., Norwood. 

Moua PoUthtn No. 84. K. of P. HaU. Cor. E . and 8. 
Main Ste.. 1st Mon.; M. H. Hartney. R. 8., 15 
Fountain St. 



Carpontoro No. 446. Foreeters HaU. Main and 
Bridge Ste.; lat and 3d Fri.; Frank J. Monat, 
8.. Three Rivera. 

ToxtiU Workers (Three Rivera). By appointment; 
Emeet Pytka, R. 8.. Bourne St., Three Rivera. 

FITT8FIXLD. 

Barbero No. 167. Bartenders HaU. 124 North St.; 

lat Wed.; WiUiam Booe. 8. and B. A.. 30 North 

St. 
Bartenders No. 114. Englanda Blk.. 124 North St.; 

lat Sun.; Frank J. Mara, F. 8. and B. A., 159 

North St. 
BoUUre and Drivers No. St4. 03 Eagle St.; lat Sun. 

and 3d Thura.; Jamea T. Lynch, F. 8., 289 

Onoto St. 
Brewery Workmen No. 14t. Turn HaU. Sesrmour 

St.; lat Fri.; George Schaefer. 8.. 2 Martin St. 
Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers No. BO. Foreet- 
ere HaU, 311 North St.; Fri.; Frank Dolan, 

C. 8. 
Building Laborers No. 61 . BUnka Blk.. 76 Weet St. ; 

Wed. ; PhiUp SuUivan. R. 8., 261 Francis Av. 
Carpenters No. 444» Bank Blk.. 15 Fenn St.; Tuea.; 

E. Preston Linaley. F. 8.. 562 North St. 



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Lather$ No. 176, Cftrpentera HaU, 93 Eagle St.; 

2d and 4th Fri.; Frank O. Olstead, R. 8., 

Hawthorne St. 
MainUnanee of Way EmptoyeM No. f8t. Foresters 

Hall, 811 North St.; 2d Sun., alt. months; 

William Q. Kane, S. T., Chatham Center, N. Y.; 

F. Freehan, Sr., B. A., State Line, Mass. 
Moider9 No. £4^. Eagles HaU, Cor. North and 

Melville Sts.; Gustav Rmff, C. K., 37 Dart- 
mouth St.; L. E. Oerrity, B. A.. 314 Hulett St., 

Schenectady, N. Y. 
MtuicittM 7fo. 109. Shipton Hall, 150 North St.; 

Ist Sun. ; John F. Walsh, Gen. S., 42 Curtis St. 
PaifUerit Deeoratortt and Paperhangera No. 94. Prit- 

chard HaU, 65 Eagle St.; Tuee.; John J. McKim, 

R. S., 310 Columbus Ave.; B. P. Powell. Treas., 

63 Chickering St.; Joseph A. MoDonough, B. A., 

38 Oale Av. 
PatUm Mak€r$ A$soeiaUon. Bartenders Hall, 124 

North St.; Ist Thurs.; E. Umpleby, B. A., 

Box 780, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Plumbers^ Steam and OaafiUen No. 997. Bartenders 

Hall, 124 North St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Charles 

A. Rowen, S., 41 James St. 
Priniino Preumen No. $98. 12 Oamewell Ct.; 2d 

Thurs.; W. T. Maley, S., 73 High St. 
BaOroad Trainmen No. 986. Osceola Hall, 246 

North St.; 1st and 3d. William P. Cronin. S., 

89 Dewey Av. 
Railway CUrkt: Springfield Lodge No. 973. New- 
man's Hall, North and Depot Sts.; Ist Tues.; 

Louis F. Hofifman, S. T., 98 S. Church St. 
Stationary Firemen No. £98. C. L. U. Hall, 15 Fenn 

St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Loub Walsh. R. S., 

Linden St. 
SUam Engineere No. 443. 124 North St.; H. O. 

Frederick, S.. Box 1451. 
Street and Electric Railway Employeee No. 496. 

Foresters Hall, 311 North St.; last Thurs.; 

Owen O. Monroe, R. S., Box 991. 
Taihre No. 996. Bartenders Hall, 124 North St.; 

2d Tues.; Louis Baer,C.S., Box 810. 
Theatrical Stage Employeee No. 976. C. L. U. Hall, 

15 Fenn St.; 1st Sun.; Arthur A. Elliott, 8., 

151 North St. 
Typographical No. 109. Bartenders Hall, 124 North 

St.; Ist Mon.; John C. Nash, S. T. and B. A., 

Box 34, Famams. 

Plymouth. 

Bricklayere, Maeone, and Plaeterere No. 46. O'Briens 
Hall, last Mon.; Thomas Andrews. R. S., Box 65. 

Carpenters No. 1691. M. C. O. F. Hall, 12 Main St.; 
2d afad 4th Thurs.; Henry Perault, R. S., 
Lafayette Ct.; Charles H. Smith, B. A., 119 
Summer St. 

Iron Moldere No. 469. Golden Star Hall, Main St.; 
Ist Tues.; Samuel H. Smith, C. R., 12 Crescent 
St.. N. Plymouth; Eugene L. Murphy, B. A., 
116 Winslow Av., Norwood. 

Loomfixert No. 842. Foresters Hall, Court St.; 1st 
Wed.; John Hinchliffe, F. S.. 184 Water St. 

Mueiciana No. 981. Calumet Club, on call of Pres.; 
Richard B. Brown, S.. 7 Wlnslow St. 



QunroT. 



Barbere No. 390. Johnson Bldg., Hanoock St.; Ist 

Tues.; F. W. Cochran, S., 809 Broad St., E. 

Weymouth. 
Bricklayere, Maeone, and Plaeterere No. 69. Keat^ 

ings Hall, Cor. Canal -and Washington Stt.; 

Mon.; N. F. Cleary, C. S.. 12 MiU St.; Fred A 

Lord. B. A., 295 Washington St. 
Carpentere No. 386 (Wollaston). Poland Hall, 

Norfolk Downs; 1st and 3d Tues.; W. C. Fittoo. 

R. S., 11 Bass St., Wollaston.; F^ed A. Lord, 

B. A., 295 Washington St. 
Carpentere No. 769. O. A. R. Hall. Hanoock St.; 

Mon.; Charles S. Jones, R. S.. 58 River St.; 

Fied A. Lord. B. A., 295 Washington St. 
Carpentere and Joinere No. 847, Amalgamated Sodttn 

of. Johnson Bldg., Hanoock St.; 2d Wed.; 

George MoAdams, S.. 14 Goddard St. 
DriUere and Tappere (See Induetrial Workere No. 64, 

Branch 9). 
Electrical Workere No. 189. Johnson Bldg.. 1432 

Hancock St.; 1st and 2d Mon.; Charles W. 

Hanscomb, Pres., 124 Upland Rd. 
Engineere: Pore Rieer Branch No. 776, Amalgamated 

Society of. Union Hall, Hanoock St.; Alien 

MaoGeachie, S.. Box 244. 
OraniU CuUere: Quiney Branch. Clan MaoOregor 

HaU, Cor. Franklin and Water Sts.; James F. 

Reid, C. S., 18 Trafiford St.; Arthur Tremayne. 

B. A.. 21 Elliot St. 
Oranite Potiehere. Clan MaoOregor Hall, Cor. 

Franklin and Water Sts.; 8d Thurs.; J. A 

Campbell, C. S., 40 FrankUn St.; Arthur Tre- 

mayne, B. A., 21 Elliot St. 
Hod Carriere and Building Labcrere No. 133. 1380 

Hancock St.; 1st and 8d Mon.; Theodore S. 

Andrews, S., 193 Whitwell St.; Charles W. 

Hanscom, B. A.. 124 Upland Rd. 
Industrial Workere No. 34, Branch 9 (DrUlerB and 

Tappers). Wilson HaU, 1463 Hanoook St.; let 

and 8d Thurs.; John J. McCarthy, S. T., 915 

Harrison Av. 
Laihere No. 96. Johnson Bldg., Hanoock St.; lit 

and 3d Mon.; Ernest Lord, F. 8., Francis Rd.< 

E. Weymouth. 
Loflemen and Helper e No. 14399. Johnson Bldg.. 

Hanoock St.. Room 24; N. E. Cadman. F. S.. 

218 FrankUn St. 
Maehiniete: Quiney Lodge No. 108. Johnson Bldg., 

Hancock St., Room 22; 1st and 3d Wed.; Peter 

W. Dackers, R. 8.. 355 Water St. 
Paintere, Decoratore, and Paperhangere No. 775. 

Johnson Bldg.. Hanoook St., Room 22; 2d aod 

4th Thurs.; W. E. Stoddard, R. 8., 198 Wash- 
ington St.; Fred H. Lord, B. A.. 295 Washington 

St. 
Pattern Makere Aeeodation. (Branch of Boston 

Association.) (See BosTOit.) 
Plumbere, Oaefittere, SteamfUtere, and Steamfitt^ 
Helpera No. 976. Johnson Bldg., Hancock St.; 
Ist and 3d Tues.; A. P. Shay. 8.. 108 Beaoh St. 
Plumbere, Steamfittera, and Steamfittera Helpere No- 
938 (Marine). Wilson Hall. Hanoook St; 1ft 
and 3d Fri. ; John M. Downee, C. 8., 27 Saunden 
St., N. Weymouth. 



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Quarrg Wcrkw9 ffo. 47 (Wast Quiney). A. O. H. 

HaU, Copeland St.; 1st •ad 8d FrL; DeniuB 

fklver. C. a, 42 Kent St. 
Qtrrv W9rken No. 171. Dobles HaU, Wat«r St.; 

2d FH.; Doncao Flnbyioa. 8., 137 Independ- 

eooe At. 
SheH M0ial Wcrkert No. 376. Faxon HaH Revere 

Bd.; lat and 8d Wed.; William Walten, &, E. 

Braitttree, Maas. 
Steam Enginoen No. 79. Clan MaoGrecor Hall* 

Cor. Franklin and Water Ste.; 2d and 4tb Wed.; 

Akzander M. Smith. R. S.. 215 Palmer St.; 

Robert MoVitie, B. A.. 249 WhitweU St. 
Sttam Enginoon No. 614. St. Jeana Hall, Cor. Cop»- 

land St. and Furnace Av.; 2d Tues.; John J. 

Clarke, R. S., 20 off Bryant Av.. W. Quinoy. 
Bind, mid BUctric Railway Employem No. BSS. 

Ekcte Hall, Johnson Bldc^ Hancock St.; 2d 

and 4th Mon.; John J. Kelley, R. S.. 87 Pond 

St., Bralntree; William H. Qould. B. A., 117 

Upland Bd. 
Ttom DriMTo No. 806. Italian Hall. 376 Water St.; 

1st Tues.; Albert Trotman. S. T.. Town HilL 
Tool Skmrponan No. 1. Clan MacQregor Hall, Cor. 

Franklin and Water Sts.; 8d Fri.; Edward H. 

McGinty. C. S., UN. Payne St.; Arthur Tre- 

mayne, B. A., 21 Elliot St. 



Boot and Shoo Workers No. 1B$. Union Hall, School 
St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Minot A. BorreU, B. A., 
Bos 656. 

Csrpmtors No. 19i9. Odd Fellows HaU; 1st and 
3d Wed.; William Eddy, S., Qen. DeL 



CtrpoKiart No. 1S91. Lower Lyceum HaU, Haven 
St.; Alfred L. OUver, R. S., 39 Auburn St.; 
John Q. Cocill. B. A., 27 Glen Ct., Maiden. 

StTMt and Eladrie Raiiway Employam No. $49. 
I^reeum HaU, Haven St.; last Fri.; R. J. Bow- 
man, R. S., Bennett St., Wakefield; J. F. 
MeFadden, B. A., 4 Villace St. 

Btrera. 

Carpenters No. 848. A. O. H. HaU, Wlnthrop Av.; 

Fri; Joseph T. Callahan, R. S., 68 Eustis St.; 

Charles Noel, B. A., Qrove St.; Chelsea. 
Tofffn Bmployeea No. 716. A. O. H. Hall, Wlnthrop 

Av.; 1st and 3d Tues.; William H. Quinlan. 

R. S., 326 Wlnthrop Av. 

AooUand. 

Berbers No. 408. Rockland and Whitman, alt.; 

4th Mon.; Alexander D. MacKinnon, C. and 

F.S., 112 Arlington St. 
Bool and Shoe Workers No. 48 (Mixed). Blgelow 

Bide., Union St.; 2dand4thThurs.; J.F.Kane, 

B A., 198 Reed St. 
Carpenters No. 1681. Cushing Blk.; Wed.; C. F. 

MnrUe, 8., S. Wejrmouth; Leroy W. Beedle, 

B. A., 208 AUen St., £. Braintree. 



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Painters^ Deooratora, and Paperhanoers No. 1018. 
Wampatuok Qub Room, 306 Union St.; 2d 
Tues.; George H. Donnelly. R. and F. &, and 
B. A.. 64 Madiaon St., £. Weymouth. 

Boekport. 

Blacksmiths No. 499. (See Boston.) 
Carpenters No. 1849. Engineers HaU; 1st and 3d 
Mon.; Chariee B. Morse, R. S., 172 Granite St. 
Oranile CuUers: Cape Ann Branch, (See Gloucbs- 

TSB.) 

HoieUng and Portable Engineers No. 108. Engineers 

HaU; Wed.; James Newbold, R. S., 18 Beach 

St. 
Pawing Cutters No. 68. Temperance HaU; 2d Mon.; 

Frank A. Peterson, S., 49 Granite St. 
QiMrry Workers No. 88. Forest St.; 2d Wed.; 

Santeri Saari, C. S., 4a Forest St.; EmU Knuutt- 

onen. B. A.. 12 Forest St. 



Bakers and Confeeiionenf Workers No. $77. C. L. U. 

HaU, 71 Washington St.; 1st and 3d Sat.; 

Norman J. Montgomery, R. and C. S., and 

B. A., 9 Bowditch St. 
Barbers No. 886. C. L. U. HaU. 71 Washington St.; 

1st Thurs.; SUas N. Lapham, C. and F. S., 133 

Essex St. 
Boot and Shoe Cuttere No. 84 (U. S. W.). 145 Essex 

St.; FrL; Michael F. Meagher, F. & and 

B. A. 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. 174 (Mixed). 39 Church 

St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; WUUam J. HerUhy, S. 

and B. A., 38 Nortbend Av. 
Bricklayers, Masons, and Plaeterers No. 86. 175 

Essex St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; WiUiam Pawley, 

& T., 27 Pickmao St. 
Building Laborers No. I4. St. Jean BapUste HaU, 

Lafayette St.; Mon.; Michael J. Durkin, F. S., 

17 Vamey St. 
Car Workers: Salem Lodge No. 84. C. L. U. HaU, 

71 Washington St.; 1st Wed.; T. H. Condon. 

S. and B. A.. 15 Boardman St. 
Carpenters No. 888. Cate BUc.. 71 Washington St.; 

Thurs.; C. H. Moore, R. S., 133 North St. 
Carpenters No. 1810 (French). Cerde VuiUot. 125 

Lafayette St.; Fri.; Ulrio Mlchaud, R. S.. 51 

Congress St.; Michael O'Brien. B. A., 71 Wash- 
ington St. 
Carpenters No. 1616 (MiU). 71 Washington St.; 2d 

and 4th Thurs.; WlUiam P. Furlong, S.. 346 

Bridge St.; Michael O'Brien, B. A.. 71 Wash- 
ington St. 
Cutting Die and Cutter Makers No. 818. 18 Proctor 

St.; 2d Fri.; A. T. Nyberg. 8. T. and B. A.. 2 

Friend St. 
Edgemakers Independent No. 8. Veteran Fireman 

HaU. Essex St.; Fri.; WiUiam J. Carson, F. 8.. 

44 Bridge St.; John D. Creeden, B. A.. Danvers. 

Mass. 
Electrical Workers No. 859. (See Bevchlt.) 
Laeters No. 16 (U. S. W.). 145 Essex St.; Fri.; 

Patrick J. Buckley. B. A. 



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La<W0Aro.S54 (Wood. Wire, and Metal). TlWaah- 
ington St.; Mon.; J. N. Hemeon, C. 8., Box 24, 
Beverly: Fred Maraton. B. A., Qlouoeeter, Maas. 

Loomfixert No. 30. Loomfixen Hall, 50 Lafayette 
St.; Thurs.; Hannidaa Luaaier. R. S., 65 Harbor 
St.; Henry T. Lunier, B. A.. 65 Harbor St. 

MadtinuU No. 468. C. L. U. Hall. 71 Waahington 
St.; lit and 3d Tuea.; Joaeph A. Wallia, R. S., 
pro (am., 17 Knowlton St., Beverly. 

MainUnance o/ Way Employ^oa: S<Uem Lodge No. 300. 
Hall No. 3, 71 Waahincton St.; 2d Sun.; F. J. 
Harvey, S. T., 8 Park St., Ameabury. 

Paekino Room Workers No. 3$ (U. S. W.). 145 Eaaex 
St. ; Tuea. ; Patrick J. Buckley, B. A. 

Painters, Deeoratcre, and Paperhanoera No. £47. C. 
L. U. Hall. 71 Waahington St.; Wed.; Harry 
Weaton, R. S., Highland Av.; Daniel Guthrie, 
B.A. 

.Railroad BtUlding Meehanic$t Dineion No. B. O. U. 

A. M. Hall, 175 Eaaex St.; 2d Tuea.; Stephen 
W. Franda, R. S., 10 Pearl St. 

Railrood Station Bmployeee No. 8. K. of P. Hall. 243) 

Eaaex St.; 2d Sun.; Ralph C. Putnam, R. S. 

and B. A., 7 Vine St.. Marblehead. 
J^atlroad Trainmen: North Shore Lodge No. 749. 

243) Eaaex St.; lat Fri. and 3d Sun.; Hugh 

Owena. S., 14 Union St. 
Railway Gierke: Witch City Lodge No. 78. K. of P. 

HaU, 243) Eaaex St.; 8d Thura.; John D. 

Huxtable, S.. 14 Haael St. 
Sheet Metal Workere No. tOt. 71 Waahington St.; 

2d and 4th Wed.; Jamea A. Malloy. R. S.; 

Daniel Guthrie, B. A. 
Shoe Supply Workere No. 69 (U. S. W.). 145 Eaaex 

St.; Wed.; Patrick J. Buckley. B. A. 
Stationary Firemen No. 101. C. L. U. HaU, 71 Waah^ 

ington St.; 4th Sun.; Louia E. Roberta, R. S., 

21 State St.. Peabody; William H. Archer. 

B. A., liberty St., Danvera. 

Steam Engineere No. 93. 221 Eaaex St., Room 26; 

Wed.; F. D.Wheeler, C.and F. S.. 36 Forreater St. 
StUchere No. 86, Lady (U. S. W.). 145 Eaaex St.; 

Mon.; Michael F. Meagher. F. S. and B. A. 
Stock Fittere No. B9 (U. S. W). 146 Eaaex St.; 

Thura.; Patrick J. Buckley. B. A. 
Street and Blecttie Railway Bmployeee No. 246. 

C. L. U. Hall, 71 Waahington St.; lat and 2d 
Thura.; Stuart A. Morgan, F. S., 12 Oak St.. 
Danvera. 

Teamatere No. 234. 71 Waahington St.; lat and 3d 
Wed.; Jamea J. Darcy, F. S. T. and B. A., 50 
Broad St. 

Theatrical Stage Bmployeee No. 196. C. L. U. Hall, 
71 Waahington St.; 2d Sun.; John H. Kingaley, 
C. S.. Box 32; Benjamin A. Reed, B. A.. Box 32. 

BtkUgut. 

Carpenters No. 1197. K. of P. HaU. Wed.; R. F. 
Colaon. F. S., 261 lincobi Av., CUftondale. 

Sharon. 

Carpenters No. 966. Workman'a Bldg., S. Main St.; 
1st Fri.; B. S. Bollea, R. S. and B. A., Box 135. 



ShalbunM (SsnBUBira Faxja). 

BUdcemiihe: Valley Lodge No. 84. A.O.U.W.HaU. 
Main St.; lat Wed.; Morria L. Thompaon, R. &, 
Box 118. Shelbume FaUa. 



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Carpenters No. 629. Studio Bldg.. Davia Sq.; Mon.; 

Charlea W. Erb., R. S.. 32 Quinoy St. 
Carpenters No. 1379. liberty HaU. HiU Bkif.. 

Union Sq.; Tuea.; F. X. P. Queaay, R. S.. 33 

TruU St.. Winter HUL 
City Employees No. 11983. Hibernian HaU. Waah- 
ington St.; 2dandlaatFri.; Joaeph J. Denneliy, 

S. T.. 320 LoweU St. 
Flint Glass Workers No. 120. Liberty HaU. HUI 

Bldg.. Union Sq.; laat Fri.; WiUiam J. McDod- 

ough. Jr.. C. and R. S., 20 Proapect St. 
Loeomotiwe Firemen and Enginemen: Paul Reeen 

Lodge No. 485. Columbia Bldg., Cor. Broadway 

and FrankUn St.; lat and 3d Sun.; Joaeph C. 

RoMnaon. R. S.. 28 Dana St.; J. J. Blake, B. A^ 

9 Cambridge St.. Boaton. 
Painters, Deeorators, and Paperhangers No. 9S7. 

Bacon HaU, Union Sq.; Mon.; J. W. MuUallr, 

R. S., 8 Newman St., N. Cambridge. 
Plasterere No. 275. liberty HaU, HUI Bldg., Unioa 

Sq.; lat and 3d Mon.; Emeat A. Workman. 

F. S.. 15 WUlard Av., Medford; John E. Fox. 

B. A., 204 Croaa St.. Maiden. 
Railway Clerks: SomersiUe Lodge No. 61. HOI 

Bldg.. Union Sq.; 2d and 4th Wed.; Qiariaa ^ 

Young, S., 10 Lincoln St. 

8outhbridg«. 

Bartendere No. 742. Foraatera HaU, Main St.; lit 

Sun.; William W. Roycroft. F. and C. S., Hotel 

Columbia. 
Carpenters No. 861. Foraatera HaU. Main St.; lit 

and 8d Thura.; Joaephat Blanchette, R. S.. 

32 Croaa St. 

South yramlncham. (See FsuaifOHAif.) 

Spenow. 
Boo< and Shoe Workers No. 161 (Mixed). Mecfaanie 
HaU, Mechanic St.; lat and 3d Wed.; Aiexandor 
L. Qouin. S., Box 085. 

SPBIHOFZBLD. 

Armory Bmployeee Branch 7. ^o^ionaZ League <4 Oet- 

emment Employees. A. O. H. HaU. Worthington 

St.; 4th Tuea.; E. M. Lovering, S.. 67 Oak St. 
Bakers No. 32. C. L. U. HaU. 19 Sanford St.; 1st 

and 3d Sat.; Robert PhUp. 8., 9 Piney B.? 

R. E. Menael. B. A., 32 Pine St. Ct. 
Bar6cr« No. 30. C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanford St.; Ist 

and 3d Thura.; H. C. Niebuhr. C. and F. S 

and B. A., 35 Pearl St PI. 
Bartenders No. 67. C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanford Si; 

2d Sim.; Albert S. Duquette. F. S., Box 803. 
Beer Bottlers and Drivers No. 143. C. L. U. Hall, 19 

Sanford St.; 2d and 4th Sun.; Hugh F. Bowen. 

8., Box 182. 



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Bm PotUn mnd BiiUn No. 16. C. L. U. HmU, 19 

Suford St.; 4th Sun.; PmI Dnvis, a T. and 

B. A., 19 Bradford St. 
BoOm^ liaktn: Hmm City Lod§€ No. $18. Winklar 

Ham Cor. Biidce and Water Stt.; 3d and 4th 

Wed.; J«remiah C. DiiaooU, R. 8., 141 Patton 

St 
Btcklmdm. C. L. U. Hall. 19 Sanfocd St.; on oaU; 

Georce H. Wrenn, Prea. C. L. U., acting 8., 

114 State St. 
Bran MoUon, (3ee MoUon No. SSI, Brom.) 
BnwtniWcrkmonNo.99. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Sanford 

St; let and 3d Sun.; William T. Ward, R. 8., 

TOShattockSt 
Britkltvert, Mooohm, and PUtleron No. 1. C. L. U. 

Han, 19 Sanlocd St.; Tues.; Richard A. Hen- 

DMiqr. C. & and B. A., 05 Alden St 
BmUmg Ubaren No. S. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Sanford 

St; letandSdTwe.; Juitin C. Barry, 8. T. 
BviUmo Loboron No. se. Sanfoid St; let and 3d 

Wed.; David ConM>lati, R. 8.. Bos 228, Mit- 

tineegne. 
Cv Workers: Hompden Lodfo No. II4. C. L. U. 

Han, 19 Sanford St; 4th Fri.; George F. Bo»- 

vortb, Free., 895 Carew St 
Cwpenun No. 96 (French). C. L. U. Hall, 19 San- 
ford St.; Thurs.; Frederic Dalpe. R. 8., 401 

Water St; W. J. LaFranda, B. A., 6 Geraldine 

Ct 
CorpMtara No. 177. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Sanfoid St; 

Fii; F. W. Barber, R. 8., 14 Mattoon St; 

Thomaa MeCarroU, B. A., 89 Armory St 
Ccrpoitcra No. 1106 (Mill). C. L. U. Hall, 19 San- 
ford St; let and 3d Wed.; Charlea M. Bennett, 

R.&.94Ea0temAy.; Thomaa McCarroD, B. A., 

89 Armory St 
Cmiogt, Wagon^ and Auiomobilo Worker$ No. 60. 

Labor Lyceum Hall, 160 Bridge St; Itt and 3d 

Mod.; George H. Wrenn, Free. C. L. U., acting 

Sec, 114 Stote St 
Cigm ilakera No. 4fi. C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanfoid St. ; 

Hon.; W. J. Murphy, B. A. 
Co«2 Hondltn No. 74M6. C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanford 

St; 2d and 4th Wed.; Patrick Houlihan, R. 8., 

59 Caaa St; John Hurley, B. A., 140 Union St 
CockiondWoiUnNo.trS. Rooma 11 and 12, 22E. 

Court 8t; let and 4th Wed.; Charlea Krflmling, 

S. T., Box 441; Charlea E. Sanda, B. A., 15 

(Central St. 
^^ ond Machine Forgtn, Die Sinker; and Trimmtr 

Udi«T$ No. 1. C. L. n. Hall. 19 Sanford St.; 

2d and 4th Fri.; Richard F. Barry, F. 8., 21 

Grove St 
Sltc*rieQlWorktr9No.7. Engineera HaU, 373| Main 

St; W. C. Fielda. R. 8., 52 Wahiut St; John A. 

Bcauchemin, F. 8. and B. A., 81 Psmchon St 
Sl«9otor Conatruetor* No. 4i. 22 E. Court St; let 

and 3d Mon.; Theodore Olaen, F. and R. 8., 

Box 34, Eaat Longmeadow; Charlea V. GUUea, 

B. A., 19 Noel Av. 
, Ortin and Maton Supply HandUro No. 7446. C. L. 

U. Han, 19 Sanford St.; lat Wed.; Jeremiah J. 

McC^arthy, R. 8., 107 Pecouaic Ay.; WiUiam H. 

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OramU CuUtn (See Holtoxb). 

HoiaHttg mnd PortabU Bnginmn No. 98. C. L. U. 

HaU, 19 Sai^onl St; 2d and 4th Thura.; 8. J. 

Connier, R. and C. 8., E. Longmeadow, Maaa. 
Hotaoakoof No. 16. C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanford St.; 

2d and 4th Wed.; Jamea F. Kerr, R. 8., 09 

BriatolSt 
LaOma No. 86 (Wood, Wire, and Metal). C. L. U. 

Hall, 19 Sanford St; lat and 3d Mon.; Joaeph 

Hope. 8.. 22 Marvtrei 8t; Jamea MoConn, 

B. A., Gen. Del., Thom p eonville, Ct 
LUhoffraipKtn ProUdti^o and BantiMiai Aoao ei a ti on No, 

81. Highland HaU, HUhnan St.; 2d and 4th 
Fri; Frank J. MoOarty, R. 8., 14 Raymond Av. 

LoeomotiM Snoinoora No. 68. Boaton and Albany 
R. R. Office Bldg.; 1st and 8d Son.; Charies E. 
Cooley, 8. T., 40 Fkirriew At., W. Springfield. 

LoeomoHwa Firaman and Bng inama n: Hampden hodgo 
No,S07. LO.O.F.HaU,Pynehon8t; IslTuea. 
and 3d Son.; C. W. Burlaigh, R. a, 31 Auburn 
St. 

Loeomoti— Firainan and Bnoineman: Home City LodQo 
No. 798. Hamrony HaU, Myriok Blk., 29 
Worthington St; 2d and 4th Sun.; D. T. Barn- 
father, R. 8., 32 RuaaeU St, Merrick. 

MaMniaf No. 814^ C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanford St.; 
2d and 4th Sun.; WUUam A. McCarthy, F. 8. 
and B. A., 51 Market St 

MachimtU No, 487, Railroad. C. L. U. HaU, 19 
Sanford St; 2d and 4th Fri.; Harold D. Davia, 
R. 8., 75 Norwood St 

MackimaU No. 608. Foreetera HaU. Johnaon St., 
Indian Orchard; 2d and 4th Thura.; Samuel 
Flaher, R. 8., 130 Hampahire St, Indian Orchard. 

JfaMmute Holpera No. 966 (B. and M. R. R.). C. 
L. U. HaU, 19 Sanfoid St.; lat Fri.; Alfred A. 
Robert F. 8., Box 112, Eaat Longmeadow. 

Mainitnanea of Way Bmphua— No. 888. C. L. U. 
HaU, 19 Sanford St; lat Sat; M. J. Fitagerald, 
S. T., 293 Irving St, W. Springfield; M. J. 
Powers, B. A., SouthyiUe, Maaa. 

Matal PoUahara, Buffera, Platara, and Braaa Workara 
No. 80. C. L. U. HaU. 19 Sanford St; 2d and 
4th Fri.; Bernard J. MuUaney. R. S.. 234 MUl St 

Moldera No. 881, Braaa. C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanfoid 
St; John J. Kaveney, C. R., 128 Patton St; 
Jamea A. Loveday, B. A., 103 Ann St.; Hartford, 
Ct 

Moldera No. 167, Iron. C. L. U. HaU. 19 Sanfoid St; 
lat and 3d Fri.; Jeremiah C. CaUahan. C. R., 
35 Talcott Av.; Jamea Loveday, B. A., 103 Ann 
St., Hartford, C^. 

Afonn^ Picture Operatore No. 186. C. L. U. HaU, 19 
Sanford St; 2d and 4th Sun.; W. A. C^ark, 8. T., 
Box 835; J. Louis Lambert, B. A., 545 Dick- 
inson St 

Muaidana Protective No. 171, Hampden County. 419 
Main St.; 2d Sun.; Herbert A. Shumway. S., 
38 Palmer Ay.; C. H. Cutler, B. A., 70 Dawes 
St 

Paintera, Decoratora, and Paperhangera No. 867. 

C. L. U. HaU, 19 Sanfoid St.; Wed.; J. Paul 
Bigelow. R. 8., 52 Harvey St; P. H. Trigga, 
F. S. and B. A., 218 Walnut St 



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PaUem Makers Attodatum, 51 Market St.; lat. 3d, 

and 5th Thurs.; Emmett R. Smith, R. 8., 13 

Jefferson St., Westfield; C. R. Cooke, B. A. 
Phato-Bnorinets No. 57. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Sanford 

St.; 2d Tuee.; George W. Clarke, 8., 64 Church 

St. 
Plumbera and Steamfittera No. 89. C. L. U. Hall, 19 

Sanfoid St.; Mon.; A. E. Stetson. R. S., 64 

Bryant St.; M. J. Soanloo, F. 8. and B. A. 
Printing Pre$9men and Asnctonte No. 86. C. L. U. 

Hall, 19 Sanford St.; 8d Thurs.; Henry C. 

Pillion, 8. T., R. F. D. No. 1, Leavitt St. 
Prompters No. 588 (Musicians). Apollo Hall, 571 

Main St.; 3d Sun.; Edward F. Connolly, R. 8. 

and T., 94 Dwight St. 
Railroad Station Smployeet No. S4. Y. M. C. A., 

Railroad Terminal; 1st Tues.; Philip E. Prende- 

ville, C. and R. 8.. 77 Franklin St. 
Railroad TOegraphera No. 88. N. A. 8. E. Hall, 373) 

Main St.; 3d Sat.; J. R. Cardinal. 8. T., 566 

Main St. 
Railroad Trainmen: City of Homee Lodge No. 68$. 

Harmony Hall, 29 Worthington St.; 2d and 4th 

Sun.; P. E. Clark, 8.. 34 Bradford St. 
Railtoay Carmen: City of Homee Lodge No. 684.; 

C. L. U. HalU 19 Sanford St.; 2d Fri.; R. W. 

StiUman, R. 8.. Chester, Mass. 
Railtoay Clerke No. 180. A. O. H. Hall, Worthington 

St.; 2d Mon.: Herbert O. Wing, 8., 351 Weet- 

£eld St., Mittineague. 
Railway Condiutore No. 198. Myriok BIdg., 29 

Worthington St.; 1st and 2d Sun.; S.K.Spenoer, 

S. T., 844 Worthington St.; William Mansfield, 

R. A., Huntington St. 
Roofera No. 48, SlaU and Tile. (See Holtokb.) 
JSehool Houae Cuetodiana No. lS16h. C. L. U. Hall, 

19 Sanford St.; Ist Mon.; P. J. O'Connell^ 8., 

518 Armory St. 
Wieti Melal Workera No. 87. C. L. U. Hall, 19 San- 
ford St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Charles F. Blood. 

R. and C. 8., 33 Arob St.; W. E. Osborne, B. A., 

Box 371. 
Sheet Metal Workera No. 400 (Coppersmiths). 

Socialist Club Rooms, 158 Bridge St.; Ist Mon.; 

Axel Terho, R. and C. 8., 104 College St. 
SuamfUtera and Helpera No. 608. C. L. U. Hall, 19 

Sanford St.; Mon.; F. B. RamsdeU. F. 8., 109 
[. J. Soanlon, B. A., 14 Lyndale 

jiyperaNe.U. C. L. U. Hall, 
It Thurs.; Loiiis C. Derose, 8., 
Joseph Hamilton, B. A., care 
}trot]rpe Co., Hillman St. 
U. HaU, 19 Sanford St.; Ist 
Daniel J*. RusseU, 8. T.. 180 E. 
oke; John Cronin, B. A., 437 

iailway Employeea No. 448. 

Sanford St.; 2d and 4th Tues. ; 

R. 8., 911 Sumner Av. 

Lodge No. 78, 118 Plainfield 

T.Clark, 8. 

, U. HaU, 19 Sanford St.; Ist 

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Tdephone Operatora: Sub Local No. 648. Publie 
Market Bldg., Main St.; Miss Maude O. Mant- 
field, R. 8. and B. A.. 1 Lebanon PI. 

TKeatrioal Stage Employeea No. 68. C. L. U. HaU. 
19 Sanford St.; 3d Sun.; John L. Diekinsoa, S.. 
Box 275; Paul Davis, B. A., 19 Bradford St. 

Tobacco Strippera No. 9608. C. L. U. HaU. 19 San- 
ford St.; 1st Fri.; Miss Mary E. Buldra, R. and 
C. 8., 75 Old Bridige St., Merrick. 

Typographical No. 816. C. L. U. HaU. 19 Sanford 
St.; A. F. Hard wick. F. 8., 38 Adams St. 

Waitreaaea No. 416. 22 E. Court St.; 1st and 3d 
Thurs.; Mrs. Larrie KneUand, 8. T.. 525 Main 
St. 

Wine Gierke No. 866 (Wholesale). Cooks and Wait^ 
ers HaU. 22 E. CTourt St.; 2d Sun.; WiUiam J. 
Tate, Jr., R. 8., 8 Massasoit St. 

Wire Weaeera Benevolent and Proteetiae Aaeodation: 
Baetem Ditiaion. L' Union Caoadienne HaU, 
Front St., Chioopee; 2d Fri.; Fred C. Blair. 
C. and R. 8., 104 Qrover St. 

Stoneham. 
Boot and Shoe Workera No. 11, Dows BUc., Main Si. ; 

Mon.; John W. Murphy, Pres.. 374 Main St. 
Carpentera No. 1468. 8. W. V. HaU; 1st and 3d 

Fri.; Thomas J. McHale. F. 8., 4 Pleasant St.; 

John O. CogUl, B. A., 27 Glen Ct., Maiden. 
Cutting Die and Cutter Makera No. 806. 8. W. V. 

HaU; last Mon.; James Shanley, 8. T., 334 

Main St. 
Metropolitan Park Bmployeea No. 18888. 193 Han- 
over St., Boston; Ist Sun.; J. J. McSweeney, 

F. 8., 48 Adams St., Maiden. 
Shoe Workera No. 81 (Mixed) (U. 8. W.). Dows 

BUc.; Tues.; John J. Galvin, 8.. 1 Arbor Way. 

Reading; Stephen Walsh^ B. A.. 31 Exehanr 

St., Lynn, Mass. 

Stooghton. 
Boot and Shoe Workera No. 869 (Mixed). Foresters 

HaU; 2d Tues.; Oeorge F. Clarke, 8.. 380 

Park St. 
Carpentera No. 1068. 40 Wyman St.; Wed.; F. 0. 

Fowler, 8., 155 Porter St.; B. 8. BoUes. B. A.. 

Sharon, Mass. 

Swampioott. 

Retail Clerka No. 847. Town HaU; 1st and last 
Tues.; Charles J. OUver, R. 8., 43 King St.; 
John J. Cahoon, B. A., 42 Middlesex Av. 

TAUHTON. 

Bakera No. 64. 19 Broadway; alt. Sat.; Jamet 

Stevenson. C. 8. and B. A.. 20 Mason St. 
Barbara No. 846* 41 Cohannet St.; 2d Thurs.; 

Abram 8. Morse, F. 8. 
Bartendera No. 84* Jones BUc., Broadway; 2d Sao. : 

WUUam H. Phipps, F. 8. and B. A., 34 Shores St. 
Bricklayera, Maaona^ and Plaaterera No. 18. A. 0. H. 

HaU, Weir St.; 2d and 4th Wed.; S.E.Shepard. 

C. 8., 96 Cohannet St. 



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Cvftnien No. lOSS. Jones Blk., Broadway; Mon.; 

Georse A. O'Neill, R. 8.. 88 Summer St. 
Corpoiters No. 1487. St. Jean Baptiste Hall, 13 
Wbittenton St.; Fri.; Q^argfi A. Qrenier, R. S.. 
28 Nfadiaon St. 
CtrptnUrr No. 177 » (Railroad). Carpenters HaU, 
Broadway; 1st Wed.; Chester Peiroe, R. S., 
Somerset Av. 
Ctfsr Mokert No. 596. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Broadway; 
4th Thurs.; Daniel J. Ketriok, F. S., 54 Weir St. 
FoUerfl No. 661. (BarrowsWUe and N. Dighton). 
C. L. U. Hall, 19 Broadway; 2d Wed.; Alfred 
Taylor, B. and B. A.. 16 South St. 
QrtmU CvUert: Tau$Uon Br9nch. H. J. Kinf. Diet. 

OflSoer, 425 Washington St. 

LoeomoHm Firemen and Enginomon No. 474* E. of 

P. Han, Broadway; 1st and 3d Sun.; H. M. 

Walker, R. S.. 82 Whitfield St., Dorchester. 

LoomAxert No. 805. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Broadway; 

. 4th Mon.; William MitcheD, F. S. and B. A., 

101 School St. 
Madnnitla No. 489. 7 Broadway; 2dThurs.; T. P. 

Xforao. F. 8., 138 Oak St. 
Mtlal PoUihert, Bnffers, PlaUrs, BroM, and Silver 
Workere No. 164. C. L. U. Hall, 19 Broadway; 
2d Fri; George Gallagher, R. S.. 23 Godfrey 
St. 
Uoiden No. 59. Good Samaritan Hall, Main and 
Weir Sts.; 1st and 3d Fri.; E. F. Kennedy, 
C. R., 28 White St.; Eugene L. Murphy, B. A., 
lie Wmslow Av., Norwood. 
Vsie SpuuMTf No. It. C. L. U. HaU. 19 Broadway; 
Daniel J. Minahan, S. T. and B. A., 246 Wash- 
ington St. 
Mutkiane No. £51. 3 City Sq.; 2d Sun.; James P. 

Hem. Treas., 88 Oak St. 

PeinUn, Decorotore^ ond Paperfumgere No. 674. 

A O. H. Hall, 19 Weir St.; 1st and 3d Fri; 

Thomas Menaies, C. and R. S., 106 Summer St. 

Pbmberg, Oa$fiUer$, SUamfitUre, and Helpere No. 696. 

Jones BUc. Broadway; 1st and 3d Wed.; Frank 

0. Nevitt, R. 8., 33 Godfrey St. 

neOroad Station BrnptoyeeM No. B8. 7 Myrtle St.; 

1st Sun.; W. H. QolM, S.*T. and B. A. 
AsOrood rrmnmsn; Old Colony Lodge No. 70. Odd 
Fellows HaU, Court St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; A. J. 
Qftdway, Treas. and B. A., 9 Agricultural Av. 
BetaacUrk9No.6ie. Eagles HaU; on caU; Frank 

A PauU, S. T. and B. A., 97 Washington St. 
Stetienary Firemen No. 506. C. L. U. HaU, 37 
Broadway; 1st Thurs. and 3d Sun.; Denis J. 
Scully. C. and R. S. and B. A.. 4 Chase St. 
8team Bngineere No. 488. N. A. S. £. HaU, 19 
Broadway; Thuis.; Andrew F. Dunbar, R. S., 
138 School St. 
Stow Mottmtere and Range Workere No. 40. For- 
«sten Hall, W. Water St.; E. F. Leonard. F. S.. 
1 W. Water St. 
Strict and Eleetrie Railway Bmployeee No, »48. 
C. L. U. HaU, 19 Broadway; 3d Mon.; Frank 
E. Lunney, R. 6. and C. S., 113 Winthrop St. 
TaHU Workere No. 85B (Mtmt Taunton). Portu- 
foess Club HaU, Oki Colony Av.; 1st Thurs.; 
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Tkeairieal Stage Bmployeee No. 681. C. L. U. HaU; 

19 Broadway; 2d Sun.; Edward F. GaUagher, 

F. S., 3 Agricultural Av. 
Typographical No. 519. C. L. U. HaU, Broadway; 

1st Mon.; Alton G. Clay, S. T., 14 W. Weir St. 

Townaand. 

Coopere No. 98 (Soft Wood). Engine HaU, Elm St.; 

1st and 3d Thurs. ; H. L SpoCTord, C. S., Box 148. 
OraniU Cutiere (West Townsend). Firemen's HaU; 

about the 20th of each month; John McDonald, 

Dist. Officer, Townsend, Mass. 
Paeing Cutiere No. 188. Engine Hall. Ehn St.; 2d 

Thurs.; James Knaggs. S., Box 145. 

Tuman Falls (See Montaoub). 

Wakaflald. 

Carpentere No. 86$. Dudley HaU, Foster St.; 2d 

and 4th Thurs.; G. B. Moore, R. S., Greenwood, 

Mass.; J. G. CogUl. B. A.. 3 Glen Ct., Maiden, 

Mass. 
Iron Moldere No. 70. Foster and Albion Sts.; 3d 

Fri.; George F. Hanright, F. S., 65 Gould St.; 

WiUiam John, B. A., 25 WUbur St.. Everett. 
Plumbere and Steamfittere No. 660. 8. W. V. HaU; 

2d and 4th Tues.; George McClintock, R. S., 

9 Parker St., Reading. 
Shoe Workere Protectite No. 6 (Turn Workmen). 

Kingman BUc., Main and Albion Sts.; alt. 

Thurs.; S. J. Pothier, S., 163 Merrimack St.. 

HaverhiU; John F. Bowen, B. A., 163 Merri- 
mack St.. HaverhiU. 
Shoe Workere No. 78 (Mixed) (U. S. W.). A. O. H. 

HaU, Main St.; 1st and 3d Mon.; J. A. Burbine. 

R. S.. 8 Pleasant St., Reading; Stephen M. 

Walsh, B. A., 31 Exchange St.. Lynn. 
Street and Bleetric RailiMy Bmployeee No. 849. (See 

RaADIKG.) 

Teametere, Chauffewe, and Helpere No. 468, General. 
Dudley Hall, Foster St.. 1st and 3d Wed.; Nor- 
man Orde, S. T., 14 Auburn St. 

Walpolt. 
Carpentere No. 1479. I. O. O. F. HaU, Main St.; 
1st and 3d Thurs.; Ernest Hunt, R. S.. AUen 
St. 

WALTHAM. 

Barbere No. 711. Carpenters HaU, Crescent St.; 

1st and 3d Wed.; Louis C. TansUU, C. and F. S. 

and B. A., 6 Crescent St. 
Brieklayere, Maeone, and Plaeterere No. 16. Eagle 

Blk., Main St.; Tues.; James Hannify, C. S , 

219 School St. 
Carpentere No. 640. HaUs Blk., Crescent St.; Wed.; 

Joseph Dicks, R. S., 11 Harvard Av.; L. H. 

Johnston, B. A., 251 Washington St., Newton. 
Coal Teamelere and Helpere No. 588. Pequossette 

HaU. Watertown; 1st and 3d Mon.; Patrick T. 

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CoiUm Mule Spinnert. 710 Main St.; 2d FrL; 

Thomas Manning, 8.. 15 Whitcomb St. 
Hod CarrierM and BuUding Laborers No. 58. 661 

Main St.; 2d and 4tb Fn.: Michael Ferrick, S.. 

169 School St. 
Irorf.Moldora No. 10». A. O. H. HaU. 704 Main St.; 

2d and 4th Tuca.; William F. Griffin, C. R.. 55 

Walnut St; William John, B. A.. 25 Wilbur St.. 

Everett. 
Lather$ No. 14M, A. O. H. HaU, 704 Main St.; let 

and 3d Tuea.; Jamee R. Wright, Pres., 234 Aah 

St. 
MachiniaU: Norumbega Lodgo No, 4S5. 121 Pine 

St.; Tuee.; M. H. Netheroote, R. S.. 85 Pine 

St. 
Phmbere No. $89. Monument HaU, Main St.; let 

and dd Thun. ; John F. Scanlon, F. S., 2 Harvard 

Ay.; Joseph Tyler, B. A., Central St. 
Stnti and EUetrie RttilvMy Emphytea No. 600, 

A. O. H. HaU. 704 Main St.; 1st Fri.; Edward 
MaUoy, R. 8., 197 Charles St.; W. H. CUrk, 

B. A., 89 Crescent St., Aubumdale. 
ThMoirieal SUioo SmphyoM No. 606. A. O. H. HaU, 

704 Main St.; Ist Sun.; Carl MUler, F. S., 90 
Cherry St.; Frank CampbeU, B. A., Scenic 
Theatre. 
Typographical No. 269. Foresters HaU, Main St.; 
on caU; A. L. Moody, S., 621 Main St. 

Ware. 

Bartenders No. J2S. Eagle HaU, Main St.; Ist Sun. ; 

Loub A. Strack, R. S., QUbertvUle Rd. 
Carpentere No. 1660. Union HaU, 68 Main St.; Ist 

and 3d Thurs.; A. M. RamsdeU. R. S.. 30 Pro»- 

pectSt. 
Paintere, Deeoratore, and Paperhanoere No. 648. 

45 South St.; 1st Sun.; WUUam A. Metcalf, 

F. and R. S., 45 South St. 

Wareham. 

Carpentere No. 1679. K. of P. HaU, Onset Av.; 1st 
and 3d Wed.; L. L. Washburn, R. S. and B. A., 
E. WarehauL 

Folder* No. 8M (E. Wareham). President's house, 
E. Wareham; Ist and 3d Fri.; James H. Priest- 
ley, S. and B. A., Box 1274, £. Wareham. 

im. 

5. Brighton: 1st and 

Greenwood, Pres., 34 

ossette HaU, Galen St.; 
trien, C. S., 19 GUkey 
, 25 WUbur St., Everett. 
laU, Prospect St., Cam- 
on.; Frank McCuskey, 

Cambridge. 

Platere No. 60. Union 

B.; T. Robert Quinlan. 

Needham Heights. 
There No. 41. G. A. R. 
e H. Emery, C. and R. 
righton. 



Webiter. 



Bagheie No. 668. 62 Main St.; last Thurs.; Ernest 

J. Todd. S. and B. A., Webster, Mass. 
Bool and Shoe Workere No. 978. 109 Main St.; 1st 

and 3d Thurs.; John H. Ryan, B. A., Box 72. 
Carpentere No. 1749. Radcot Blk., 93 Main St: 

Ist Tues.; John Green, S., School St; A. T. 

Terrian. B. A., Main St 
Painteret Deeoratcre, and Paperhangere No. 69S. 

Sigel HaU. 36 High St.; 1st Wed.; John Fiddes, 

R. S., 121 Whitcomb St 

WeUealej. 

Paintere, Deooratore, and Paperhangere No. 990. 1st 
and 3d Thurs.; J. J. Barron, R. S., 9 Summer 
St, NaUck. 

Weftboroagh. 
Corpsntsrs No. 1469. A. O. H. HaU. Main St; 2d 

Fri. : Joseph MoNeO. R. S.. 6 Myrtle St 
Potnters. Deooratcre, and Paperhangere No. 614- 

A. O. H. HaU. Main St; 2d and 4th Thurs.; 
George P. MiUer, R. S.. Central House. 

Weitfleld. 

Bar6sr« No. 68. C. L. U. HaU. 112 Elm St ; 4tb Tues.: 

J. C. Cleary, C. and F. a and B. A.. 26 Union St 
Bartendere No. 89, C. L. U. HaU, 112 Elm St; 1ft 

Sun.; James M. Doherty, S., Box 7. 
Brieklayere and Plaeterere No, 94. School St; 2d 

and 4th Wed.; T. F. Scanlon, Taylor Av.; 

Almon WUUams, B. A. 
Carpentere No. 999. C, L. U. HaU, 112 Elm St: 

1st and 3d Tues.: Everett L. Dickinson, C. S., 

20 Arnold St.; John Cronin, B. A., 435 High 

St, Holyoke. 
Cigar Makere No. 98, C. L. U. HaU, 112 Ela St.; 

1st Mon. ; S. J. T. WaU. F. S. and B. A. 
Iron Moldere No. 96. C. L. U. HaU, 112 Elm St : 

1st and 3d Wed.; D. P. MoCabe, C. R.. Box 

332; James A. Loveday, B. A., 103 Ann St, 

Hartford. Conn. 
Lithographere No. 91. (See SPBiNonsLD.) 
Metal Poliehere, Buffer*, and Plalere No. 80. C. L. 

U. HaU, 112 Ebn St; 1st Fri.; E. R. Stratton, 

R. S.. 8 Sterting St. 
Mueieiane ProtecUee No. 91 . C. L. U. HaU. 112 Elm 

St; 1st Sun. in Jan.. Mar.. June. Sept, and 

Dec; W. E. GuUford, C. S., 83 N. Elm St 
PeAntere, Deooratcre, and Paperhangere No. 990. 

C. L. U. HaU, 112 Elm St; 1st and 3d Wed.: 

Charles H. Comins, R. S., 23 King PI. 
Plunibere No. 607, C. L. U. HaU, 112 Elm St; 2d 

and 4th Fri.; Milton F. Gardner. R. 8., 12 

Pleasant St; John Cronin, B. A., 435 High St, 

Holyoke. 
Raibroad Trainmen: Woronoeo Lodge No, 666, A. 0. 

H. HaU, 236 Elm St.; 2d Wed. and 4th Son.; 

W. J. Rooney. S., 20 Mechanic St; H. A. BesU, 

B. A.. 20 Shepard St 

Belail Clerke No. 176, C. L. U. HaU, 112 Elm St; 

2d Tues.: W. F. Murphy. F. 8., 2 Morris St 
Teametere No. 649, Coal. C. L. U. HaU, 112 Bm 

St.; 3d Mon.; Jeremiah J. Mahony. S. T., IS 

Behnont St. 



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OrmuU CtUUn: OraniUnlU Brmnck, Markm Haii- 
aoo, 8.. OianiteviUe» Ma». 

WMt SprtDfitold. 
LotomotiM Pirwmmi und Biioinefnen: Merrick Lod§€ 

No. &es. CenteoDial Hall, Union St.; lat and 

3d Son.; JaaMs M. VanWagner, R. a. 218 

Main St. 
Paper IfaAartiNTo. 14 (Mittineague). A. O. H. HaU. 

Front St.; let and 4th Son.; M. J. O'ConneU. 

B. Sm 22 Maple Tonace. 
SAZrood Trammm: Piontr Lodge No. $$8. Cen- 

tainial Hall, Union St.; 9d and 4th Sun.; J. A. 

Fbmn. S., R. F. D. No. 2; W. P. Cadiman. 

B.A. 

WMtWOOd. 

Steel and Bleetiic Bailway Smployeee No, 691. 
Balnn HalL High St.; let Thun.; Edward 
Croekatt. S.. Hartford St. 

WajTiDOiitlk. 

Boot end Shoe Workere No, 6S (Mixed). MoMorrow 
HaU, Kane Av.; lit and 3d Thuia.; John H. 
Tobin. S. T. and B. A., 5 Cottage St. E. Weyw 



BritUauere and PlatUren No. SB. (See QmifOT.) 
Fveeraeker Worken Union, Murray Knight, a, 
150 Allen St., E. Braintree. 

Whitman. 

Boot end Shoe Woikere No. SI (Mixed). Jenldna 

Bldg.; IttandSdMon.; Qeorge Douglaa, B. A., 

Box 816, Sta. A. Whitman. 
Cerpenlen No. 1018, K. of C. HaU; Itt and 8d 

Wed.; W. B. Foster, R. S., N. Abington. Maaa. 
CvOen No. 4Se (B. & S. W.). Harding Bldg.; 1st 

and 3d Tuea.; James H. Feeney. F. S. and B. A., 

BoxU3. 
Bigemaken No. 4^6 (B. Ai 8, W.). Jenkins Bldg.; 

1st and 8d Fri.; (leorge L. Brouillard, F. S. and 

T., 27 Alden St., Sta. A., Whitman. 
Uiter$Ne.e9(B. A Q.W.). Jenkins Bldg., Waah- 

iogton St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; Charles E. 

Lowell, F. S. and B. A., Box 834, Sta. A, Whit- 

ssan. 
Stikken No. 199 (B. A S. W.). A. O. H. Hall, 

JeakioB Bldg., Washington St. ; 2d and 4th Wed. ; 

J.D. GKwlaia, F. B. and B. A., Box 54, Whitman. 
Tmrt, Dreeeen, and Paekere No. 106 (B. A S. W.). 

A. 0. H. Hall, Jenkins Bldg.; 1st and 3d Fri.; 

William Brennan, F. S. and T., Box 104, Sta. 

A, Whitman. 

WlUUmstown. 

CwfenUn No. 979, G. A. R. HaU, Siting St.; 1st 
and 3d Mon.; W. J. Barber, S., 48 Southworth 
St.; Thomas W. Nichols, B. A., 18 Arnold St. 

Pawiwi, Deearatore, and Paperhangere No. 699. 
G. A. R. Hall. Spring St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; W. 
F. Williams. R. S.. R. F. D.; C. L Bryant. B. A., 
Spring St. 



Winehattar. 



Carpentere No. 991. Masonic HaU, Wuohester Sq.; 

1st and 8d Wed.; George G. Wdoh, R. S.. Box 

14; John G. CogUl, B. A., 27 Glen CH., Maiden. 
PainUre, Dooorat/ore^ oind Paperhangere No. 74. 

Foresters HaU, Lyceum Bldg.; Thurs.; Frank 

W. Brown, B. A., 60 High St.. Woburn. 
Plumbere No. 4S0. (See WoauBif.) 
Teameiere tmd Helpere Union No. S91, Oeneral. 

Foresters HaU, Main St.; 1st Tues.; Henry T. 

EeUy. F. S.. 11 HUl St. 
Town Bmployeee No, 466. I. N. F. HaU. Main St.; 

1st Wed.; Thomaa J. Kean, R. and C. S., 11 

linden St. 
Toeen Brnployeee No. 700 ataUan). I. N. F. HaU, 

Main St.; 1st Mon.; Salvatore Da Easo, F. S., 

35 Harvard St. 

Wlnttarop. 

Carpentere No. 891. Carpenters HaU. 9 PauUne St.; 

Tues.; Arthur G. CampbeU, R. S., 57 MarahaU 

St.; A. J. Howlett, B. A.. 80 Hanorer St., 

Boston. 
Paintere No. 690. Otfpeoters HaU. PauUne St.; 

1st and 3d Mon.; Thomas W. McLean. S. T. 

and B. A., 87 Horace St., E. Boston. 

WOBUBR. 

Barbere, Journeymen. At different abops; 8d Tues.; 

John T. Davey, S. T.. 6 Montvale Av. 
Brieklayere and Plaeterere No. 46. Mechanics HaU, 

Main St.; 1st and 3d Tues.; John F. McCarthy, 

F. S., 1 No. Warren St. 
Carpentere No. 886. Mechanics HaU. Main St.; 

Thurs.; Robert Creed. R. S.. 70 Elm St., N. 

Woburn; John G. CogUl, B. A., 27 Glen Ct., 

Maiden. 
Potntera, Decor atore, and Paperhangere No. 606. 

(See McDFOBD.) 
Plumbere No. 460. Carpenters HaU, 415 Main St.; 

1st and 3d Tues. ; R. J. Spencer, R. S.. FrankUn 

St.; John G. CogUl, B. A., 27 Glen Ct.. Maiden. 
Street and BUetrie Railway Bmpioyeee No. 478. 

Curtis Blk.. 377a Main St.; Ist Tues.; Edwin J. 

Lord, F. S. and T.,33 Union St.; John J. Martin. 

B. A., Green St. 
7*aniMrt No. 14676. Curtia BUc., 377a Main St.; 

Fri.; George Sargent, S., 10 Vining Ct. 

WOBOS8TXB. 

Bakere No. ISS. 67 Wmter St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; 

Wolf White. F. B. and B. A.. 124 MUlbury St. 
Bakere No. 177, Carpenters Hdq., 20 Madison St.; 

2d and 4th Sat.; <3eorge BrunneU, R. S., 19 

Scott St.; John Berg. B. A., 7 Hooper St. 
Barbere No. 186. K. of C HaU, 34 Front St.; 1st 

and 3d Thurs.; Ernest H. Tosi. C. and F. S., 13 

King St.; Peter Naphen. B. A., 17 Woodbine St. 
Bartendere No. 96. Carpenters Hdq., 20 Madison 

St.: 2d Sun.; James H. LoughUn, F. S. and B. A.. 

20 Florence St. 
BiU Poetere and BiUere No. 69. Arcanum HaU, 566 

Main St.; lat Sun.; F. J. Brierly, R. S., 97 

Green St.; George Lamotte. B. A. 



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LooaI Trad* Unloni. 



WOKCI8TXB — Con. 



Boot and Shoe Workers Noi 169 (Mixed). A. O. H. 

Hall. 26 Trumbull St.; Ist Tuea.; Thomas R. 

'Wiseman. R. and F. 8.. 6 Preston St. 
BoUUre and Dnvere No. 180. A. O. H. HaU, 26 

Trumbull St.; 2d and 4th Thura.; Joseph E. 

O'Connor. F. S. and B. A.. 2 Columbia St. 
Brewery Workmen No. 1S6. A. O. H. Hall. 26 Trum- 
bull St.; 1st and 3d Fri.; Patrick J. Mahoney, 

C. S . £6 Richland St. 
Brxcklayere and Plaeterere No. 6. 64 Southbridge St. ; 

Toes.; Patrick Cronin. F. S.. 30 Jefiferson St. 
Bridge and Structural Iron Workere No. 67. Electri- 
cal Workers Hall, 419 Main St.; 1st and 3d 

Thurs.; W. S. Delany, F. S.. 690 W. Boylston 

St. 
Building Laborere No. 4. Granite Hall, 566 Main St. ; 

Tues.; Martin J. Carroll. S. T.. 12 Nixon Av. 
Buildino Laborere No. 44- 9 Bartlett St., Thurs.; 

Domico Capuano. F. S., 14 Puritan Av. 
Car Workere: Pride of Woreeeter Lodge No. 4^. 666 

Main St.; 1st Mon.; Gilbert Berry. R. S.. 11 

Dryden St. 
Card Machine Operatore (Earle and Howard Shops). 

566 Main St.; 1st Fri.; Percy Milner. S., 54 

Woodland St. 
Carpenters No. £3. Carpenters Hdq., 20 Madison 

St.; Fri.; John E. Burke, S.. 74 Ward St.; 

Daniel S. Curtis. B. A. 
Carpenters and Joinere No. 408. Carroll HaU. 20 

Madison St.; Tues.; Odias Emond. C. S., 15 

Adams St.; Daniel S. Curtis. B. A. 
Carpenters No. 790 (Swedish). C^arpenters Hdq., 

20 Madison St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; J. Oscar 

Forsberg. F. S.. Gen. Del.. Sta. A; Daniel S. 

Curtis. B. A. 
Carpenters No. 877 (Shop). Carpenters Hdq., 20 

Madison St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Felix Faucher, S.; 

Daniel S. Curtis. B. A. 
Carpet Weavere Association, Bon Ami Hall, cor. 

Southgate and Grand Sts.; last Tues.; William 

Evans, Clerk, 8 Douglas Court. 
Cigar Makers No. B». Electrical Workers Hall. 419 

Main St.; 1st Fri.; George Apholt, S.. Box 

339. 
City Empioyees Proteetite No. 800. Foresters Hall, 

109 Front St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; William Butler, 

F. S., 12 Washburn St. 
Cloak and Skirt Makers No. 76. Morrello Hall. 67 
t and 3d Mon.; Hyman Sch warts. 
. 23 Penn Av. 

S08. Carpenters Hdq.. 20 Madi- 
un.; Jeremiah Donoghue, R. S., 



1st 



[Brewery). 20 Madison St. 

)rodt. C. S., 4 Tainter St. 

ter Makers No. SOI. Beaver Hall, 

2d Wed.; John Greenhalge, S. T., 

t. 

Wo. 96. Electrical Workers Hall, 

2d and 4th Mon.; F. H. Ludden, 

^o. 618 (Telephone men). Moose 
St.; Ist and 3d Tues.; George E. 
, S., 628 Cambridge St. 



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SngineerSt Amalgamated Society of: Worcester Brandt 

No. 800. Arcanum parlors, 566 Main St.; alt. 

Sat.; William Shaw. S.. 25 Hacker St. 
QraniU Cutters: Worcester Branch. K. of C. Hall 

34 Front St.; 3d Fri.; Henry C^te, C. S.. 384 

Shrewsbury St. 
Boistir^f and Portable Engineers No. $M1. Electrical 

Workers Hall. 419 Main St.; 3d Fri.; Thomas S. 

Shed, S. T., 15 Arthur St. 
Horseshoers No. 31. Beaver Hall, 9 Bartlett St.; 2d 

and 4th Fri ; Edward H. Powers. S. T. 
Janitors No. 880. Essenio Hall. 566 Mam St.; 1st 

Sat.; Dennis J. Callahan, R. S.. 57 Barclay Sl 
LaOurs No. 79 (Wood. Wire, and Metal). Electrical 

Workers Hall. 419 Main St.; 2d and 4th Tues.; 

William Canning. S. T. and B. A., 65 Exchange 

St. 
Locomotiie Engineers No. 64* Castle ELall, 405 Main 

St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Theodore B. Ward well, 

S. T., Hi Hammond St.; George W. Hubbard. 

Chief Engineer, 122 Lincoln St. 
LocomtMve Firemen and Enginemen: Bay State Lodge 

No. 78. Vassar Hall. 184 Main St.; 2d and 4th 

Sun.; Howard B. Richardson, R. S. and B. A.. 

47 Wmdsor St. 
Machinists No. 889. Carpenters Hdq., 20 Madison 

St.; 2d and 4th Thurs.; Angus D. Martin, F. S.. 

583 S. Bridge St. 
Machinists: Eijuality Lodge No. 694. Hodgkins Hall, 

6 McKinley Rd.; 1st and 3d Tues.; Albert 

Young. R. S.. 1209 Grafton St. 
Maintenance of Way Employees No. 886. A. O. H. 

Hall, 26 TrumbuU St.; 2d Sat.; Charles P. 

Groves. C. S.. 6 Kilby St. 
Metal Polishers No. 88. Carpenters Hdq.. 20 Madi- 
son St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; Albert E. Harrison, 

R. S., 73 Merrifield St. 
Molders No. 6, Iron. Carpenters Hdq.. 20 Madison 

St.; Mon.; Joseph E. Johnson, C. R.. 175 Water 

St. 
Musicians Association No. 148. Room 52, 274 Mab 

St.; 2d Sun.; Louis T. Estabrook, S., 14 Larch 

St. 
Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers No. 48. 

Carpenters Hall, 20 Madison St.; Mon.; William 

Crosbee. R. S.. 2 Illinois St.; James E. Heffron, 

B. A. 
PanU Makers and Cutters No. 888. 67 Winter St.; 

Tues.; Samuel Goldstein, F. S. and B. A., 33 

Harrison St. 
Paperhangers No. 488. Electrical Workers Hall. 419 

Main St.; 2d and 4th Fri.; W. T. Murphy, F. S^ 

115 WmHeld St. 
Pattern Makers Association. 20 Madison St.; 2d 

and 4th Tues. ; James C. Potts. R. S.. 71 Prospect 

St.; John C. Kear. B. A.. 69 Hollis St. 
Photo-Engravers No. 47. 566 Main St.; 4th Tues.; 

W. A. Hansoii, R. S., 174 Pleasant St. 
Plumbers No. 4- Granite Hall, 566 Main St.; 2d 

and 4th Thurs.; Daniel J. Buckley, S.. 12 Bluff 

St. 
Printing Pressmen and Assistants No. 78. 566 Mais 

St.; 1st Tues.; L. W. Brunnell, S. T. and B. A.. 

15 Vinton St. 



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Loeal Trad* Vnloiit. 



— Con. 



RaOrocd Station Bmphytn No. 10. Beaver Hal), 

9 Bartiett St.; 2d Tues.; Daniel D. Sullivan, 

R. S.. 10 MoConniek Ct. 
Beilnad Staticn Employett Ditision No. Si. Beaver 

HaU, 9 Bartiett St. ; Ist Tuea. ; James J. Noonan, 

F. 8^ 26 Coral St. 
BsUnad StatioH BmploueM No. SS. Beaver Hall. 

9 Bartiett St.; 2d Tues.; F. R. Lambertaon, 
R. 8., 29 Hifhland St., Framinsham. 

RaUnad Tninmen: Ban/ Stata Lodgo No. 88. Vassar 
Ball. 184 Main St.; 3d Son. and 4th Mon.; 
T. H. Leonard, S., 22 Hariow St. 

Bntoad Traimnaii: Worcetter Lodgo No. 66S. Com- 
monwealth Han. 506 Main St.; let Sun. and 
3d Tues.; Geoirge Hamel, S., 3 Chrome St.; 
M. N. Doyle. B. A., 334 MiUbury St. 

fitOvoy CanMn No. 548. 066 Main St.; last Fri.; 
Thomas J. Peinn, R. S., 30 Mendon St. 

RaUuag CUrka: Woreeatar Lodga No. 84. Knights 
o( Honor Hall« 306 Main St.; 4th Mon.; George 
L. Norton, R. 8., 17 Mott St. 

fioOwoy Conductors No. BS7. Castle HaU, 405 Main 
St; 4th Sun. ; James J. Butler, S. T., 42 Penn Av. 

Sh$a Metal Workart No. 194. 20 Madison St.; Ist 
and 8d Tues.; Gordon E. Sutherland, R. and 
C. 8., 10 Fern St. 

Stationani Firemen No. 88. Firemen's Hall. 8 Wash- 
ington Sq.; 2d Sim. and 4th Wed.; Carl G. 
Leighton, C. S., 85 Austin St.; Philip Sheridan, 
B. A., 14 Donanoe St. 

SUem Bnoineere No. 78. Granite Hall. 566 Main 
St.; 1st and 3d Thurs.; M. F. Soanlon, R. S., 

10 Colton St.; William J. Brady, B. A., 2 
Chrome St. 



WOROUTIE — Con. 



Steomfittere, OaefiUert, ond Hdpere No. 408. Car- 
penters Hdq., 20 Madison St.; 1st and 8d Tues.; 

Edward C. Sheridan, S., 10 Duzbury Rd.; 

Walter F. Read, B. A., 6 Carver St. 
Stone CinUen Atsodation. On call; James Q.Carroll. 

C. S., 16 Fruit St. 
Stone Maeone No. 99. 64 Southbridge St.; Fri.: 

John J. Kelleher, F. S., 37 Coral St. 
Store Workers Aeeoeiation. Chamber of Commerce 

Hall, 11 Foster St.; 1st Tues.; Joseph O'Keefe. 

S., 9 Shawmut St. 
Street a$id Electric Railway Bmployeee No. U. K. of 

C. Hall, 34 Front St.; 1st Tues.; Peter J. 

Rooney, B. A., Room 431, Sute Mutual 

Bldg. 
Teematere No. 160, OeneraL Carpenters Hdq.. 20 

Madison St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; Thomas S. 

Shedd, R. S.. 110 Gold St. 
Telephone Operators, Sub Local No. 06. Electrical 

Workers Hall, 419 Main St.; Ist and 3d Mon.; 

Miss May Dudley. R. S.. 34 CUfton St. 
Theatrical Stage Employees No. 96. Poli Hall, 84 

Front St.; 4th Sun.; Jack Hauser. F. S., Box 

389. 
Typographical No. 165. Carpenters Hdq., 20 Mad- 
ison St.; 1st Sun.; Frank P. Hughes, R. S., 

Box 895. 
fF«& Presemen No. B9. Arcanum Hall, 566 Main St.; 

2d Mon.; Robert Becker, S. T., 101 Providence 

St. 
Wine Clerks No. 843, Wholesale. Electrical Workers 

Hall. 419 Main St.; 1st and 3d Sun.; William 

E. Martin, R. S., 8 Wail St.; Nelson Muslar, 

B. A. 



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it|f (Sottttttatmtraltlr of JHaHaartpurttii 

BUREAU OF STATISTICS 

CHARLES F. GETTEMY, Dir.ector 



Immigrant Aliens Destined for and 

Emigrant Auens Departed 

FROM Massachusetts 

1913 



LABOR BULLETIN No. 99 

(Being Part III of the Anaaal Report on the Statistics of Latxir for 1914) 




APRIL 3. 1914 



BOSTON 

WRIQHT ft POTTER PRINTING COMPANY 

STATE PRINTERS 

1914 



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Immigrant Aliens Destined for and Emi- 
grant Aliens Departed from 
Massachusetts, 1913/ 



1. nrPEODUCTOEY. 

In preparing this report an endeavor has been made to show the vol- 
ume and character of that portion of the immigration to the United States 
which was destined for Massachusetts, and of that portion of the immi- 
grant population of Massachusetts which departed from this Common- 
wealth to take up a permanent residence abroad. The data herein 
presented have been selected from the Annual Reports of the Commis- 
sioner-CJeneral of Immigration for the years 1896 to 1913,* and from the 
Annual Reports of the Superintendent of Immigration for the years 1894 
and 1895. 

2. IMMiaRAHT ALIENS' DSSTINSD FOR MASSACHUSETTS. 

The number of immigrant aliens admitted to the United States and 
destined for Massachusetts during the year ending June 30, 1913, was 
101,674, which is greater by over 31,000 than the number so destined in 
1912, and greater by 16,000 than the highest number recorded in any 
previous year (85,583 in 1907). The proportion destined for Massa- 
chusetts of the aggregate number admitted to the United States was 8.5 

^ The TMi* referred to throufhout this article are in each eaae the yean ending June 80. 

s In this connection attention should be called to the report recently iatued by the Maaeaohusetts Commie- 
«m onlmmicration on **Tbe Problem of Immigration in MaoMchusetts " (House Document No. S800, 1914). 
As this rtport will, no doubt, be available to our own oonetituenoy, the reprinting of any oonsidecable portion 
thereof would be an unneceeaary duplication. C«rtain data published in the Annual Report of the Commi»- 
•kmsr of Immigration fbr the year ending June M, 1913, and reprinted in the Report of the ICaasaohuaetts Com- 
misBOD, are included in our report, however, in order to follow the usual form of presenting the data relative 
to volume and character of the immigration to and emigration from Massachusetts in 1918. This report is the 
ninth annual preeentation by this Bureau on the subject of immigrant aliens destined for Maasaohuietts, previous 
presentations having been published in Labor Bulletins Nos. 38 (December. 1906), 49 (May, 1907). M (January. 
190S). 68 (April. 1909), 79 (August. 1910). 81 (May, 1911), 90 (March, 1912), and in Part I of the Annual Report on 
the Statistics of Labor for 1912. 

* "Arriving aliens whose permanent domicile has been outside the United States who intend to reside per- 
manently in the United Statse are olaMsd as immigrant aliens; departing aliena whose permanent reeidence 
has been in the United States who intend to reside permanently abroad are classed as emigrant aliens; all alien 
residents of the United States malting a temporary trip abroad and all aliens residing abrood making a temporary 
trip to the United States are nlssnrfl as non-emigrant aliens on the outward journey and non-inunigrant on the 
inward." — lUport ctf Commi$9ion$r'Oeneral of Immigration^ page 6. 



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III. 4 STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. [l. B. 

per cent, a slightly higher percentage than that for 1912 and higher than 
any corresponding percentage since 1901. Massachusetts, therefore, ap- 
pears to be again growing in favor as a destination for immigrants, al- 
though the percentage destined for this State in 1913 was considerably 
lower than the corresponding percentages for the years 1895 to 1898. 

During the past 20 years there has been considerable variation from 
year to year in the total number of immigrants to the United States and 
also in the number destined for Massachusetts. The number admitted 
to the United States did not exceed 343,267 during any one of the years 
1894 to 1899. In 1900 the number admitted was 448,572 and from year 
to year thereafter, with the exception of 1904, it increased by large addi- 
tions until 1907, when there were 1,285,349 admitted. This was the 
record year both for the United States and for Massachusetts. 

In 1908 the number admitted to the United States decreased by over 
500,000 as compared with 1907, and 1909 showed even a smaller total 
than 1908. In 1910 the number increased to 1,041,570, fell to 878,587 
in 1911, and to 838,172 in 1912, but in 1913 it increased to 1,197,182, 
or to a total of only about 88,000 less than the record in 1907. 

From the monthly summaries of the Federal Bureau of Immigration 
for the last six months of 1913, it appeared probable that the volume of 
immigration during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, would exceed 
that of the record year ending June 30, 1907, but later summaries in- 
dicate that the rate for the first half of the year was by no means main- 
tained during the early months of 1914. It is possible that the volume of 
immigration has been materially reduced during the later months as a 
direct result of the slackening industrial activity recently observed in 
this. country, information regarding which has no doubt been transmitted 
to those countries which constitute the principal sources of immigration 
to the United States. The Slavs, who have constituted an increasingly 
large element in our population, show, for the first nine months of the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, an appreciable decrease; the estimate 
for the year based on the returns for nine months is 316,000, as compared 
with 350,856 admitted during the previous fiscal year. The correspond- 
ing estimate for Italians (north and south) is, however, 297,000, as com- 
pared with 274,147 admitted during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1913. 
The total immigration for the year, according to an estimate based 
on the returns for nine months, will probably equal, if not exceed, the 
total for the previous year, notwithstanding the rather general lack of 
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NO. 99.] IMMIGRANT AND EMIGRANT ALIENS, 1913. III. 5 

Table I. — Immigrant AHens Destined for Maasachusetts and Admitted to the United 

States, 189Jrl91S, 



Years (Exdino Junk 30). 


Number of 
Immigrant Aliena 
whose Destina- 
tion was 
Massachusetts 


Total Number of 

Immigrant 

Aliens Admitted 

to the 

United Sutes 


Total Immigrant 
Aliens whose 

Destination was 
Massachusetts 


1894 


25,996 
80.037 
36.561 
24,581 
23.849 
30.754 
89,474 
41.789 
50.939 
65.757 
58.411 
72,151 
73,863 
85,583 
57.303 
61.197 
82.666 
70,811 
70.171 
101.674 

l,19l,i6« 

56,178 


285.631 

358.536 

343.267 

330.832 

229.299 

311.715 

448.572 

487.918 

648.743 

857.046 

812.870 

1,026.499 

1.100,735 

1.285.349 

782.870 

751,786 

1,041.570 

878.587 

838.172 

1.197.892 

U,I1T,W 

690,895 


9.1 


1895 


11.6 


1896. 


10.7 


1897 


10.6 


1886. 


10 4 


1899 


9.9 


WOO. :.....:: 


8 8 


1901 


8.6 


1908, 


7 9 


im. 


7.7 


1904; :.:.:..:: . 


7.2 


1905 


7.0 


1906,* . 


6.7 


1907;! :::::::::: 


6.7 


1908,» 


7.3 


1909,1 . 


8.1 


1910.1 


7.9 


Wll.i .... 


8 1 


1912,1 


8.4 


1918,» 


8.5 


UM-lfU (» TMn), 

Atenge9, 189^-1919 


19 



Chart. — Immigrant Aliens Admitted to the United States and Destined for Massachu- 
setts, 1893-1913. 



-» 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 ipOO IJOO UOO 1300 1.400 ijSOO 

1 In this table the returns for the years 1906-1913 are not strictly comparable with those for the earlier years, 
because in 1906 and in prior years all aliens arriving at ports of the United States, with the exception of thoee 
merely in transit to other countries, were reported as "alien arrivals." During the years 1906-1913 there have 
been segre^&ted from those arriving not only aliens in transit, but all aliens returning from visits abroad to resume 
previously established permanent domiciles in the United States, and all coming simply as viflitom or tourists 
with the intention of returning to homes abroad. The totals for the years 1894 to 1906 are directly comparable 
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Massachusetts has always been one of the leading States as the declared 
destination of immigrants, ranking third or fourth for over 20 years, and 
having been exceeded only by New York, Pennsylvania, and Dlinois. 
During the period 1894-1904 it was exceeded only by New York and 
Pennsylvania. 

During recent years there has been a marked change in the sources 
of immigration. A large part of our immigration was formerly of Teu- 
tonic and Celtic origin, but for several years the bulk of immigration has 
come from the countries of Eastern and Southern Europe and Western 
Asia. The number of such origin admitted to the United States in 1913 
was 896,553,^ or about 75 per cent of all the immigrants admitted, the 
corresponding percentage in 1912 having been 68 per cent. Although 
Massachusetts receives a smaller proportion of this immigration than the 
country as a whole, nevertheless, approximately 55 per cent of the immi- 
grant aliens destined for Massachusetts during the year 1913 were from 
Eastern and Southern Europe and Western Asia. 

The nimibers of immigrant aliens admitted to the United States and 
to Massachusetts, together with the percentages of the number admitted 
who were destined for this State during the year ending June 30, 1913, 
are presented, by races or peoples, in Table 11. The Italians (south) 
lead with 21,030, or 9.1 per cent of the total number of Italians (south) 
admitted to the United States. Second in point of numbers were the 
Polish, 13,627, or 7.8 per cent of. the total number admitted to the 
United States, followed in numerical importance by: Portuguese, 9,002; 
Irish, 6,607; English, 6,541; Hebrew, 6,109; Greek, 5,919; and Russian, 
5,266. For several years the Portuguese have shown the largest per- 
centage destined for Massachusetts of any of the races or peoples repre- 
sented in the aggregate immigration to the United States, the percentage 
in 1913 having been 66.4 as compared with 52.8 in 1912, 51.7 in 1911, 
55.2 in 1910, and 62.9 in 1909. The percentages for the several races or 
peoples showing over 10 per cent destined for Massachusetts in 1913 
were: Portuguese, 66.4; Armenian, 25.3; Syrian, 18.4; Irish, 17.8; 
African (black), 17.7; Finnish, 17.6; French, 16.1; Lithuanian, 16.1; 
Greek, 15.3; Scotch, 14.5; English, 11.8; and Russian, 10.2. The per- 
centages for these several races destined for Massachusetts in most in- 
stances vary but little from the corresponding percentages for 1912, but 
there was a noticeable increase in the percentage of Portuguese, Syrians, 
and Poles admitted to the United States who were destined for Massa- 
chusetts. 

1 This number was divided as follows: Italy. 265,542; Russia (principally Southern), indudinc Finland, 
291.040; Austria. 137,245; Hungary, 117,580; Greece, 22,817; Turkey in Europe. 14.128; Turkey in Asia. 23.955; 
Portusal. 14.171; Spain. 6,167; Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro, 1.753; and Roumania. 2,155. Report of Com- 
miaaioner-Oeneral of Immigration, IBIS, page 8. 



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NO. 99.] IMMIGRANT AND EMIGRANT ALIBNS, 1913. III. 7 



Table II. — ImmigrarU AUeng Denned far Massaehu8eUs and AdmiUed to the United 
States in 1913, and Averages for the Five-year Period, 1908-1912: By Races or 
Peoples, 









IMS 


AmruAi. AvBaAoaa — IMt-lMS 


Racks ob Pkoplis. 


Number of 

Immigrant 

Aliens 

Destined 
forlfassa- 

ehusetts 


Number of 
Immigrant 
Aliens Ad- 
mitted to 
the United 
States 


PMeentagea 

of 
Immigrant 

Aliens 
Destined 
for Massa- 
chusetts 


Immigrant 

Aliens 
Destined 

for 

Massachu- 

setU 


Immigrant 

Aliens 
Admitted 

the United 
States 


of 
Immigrant 

Aliens 
DesUned 
forMassa- 
ohusetts 


ItaUan (south), 
Polish. . 
Portuguese. . 
Irish, . 
English. 

greek. 
RusBkn, 

Fieneh, 

Scotch. 

Italian (north), 

Scandinavian, 

Ainttnian. 

Finnish. . 

Syrkn. 

African (black), . 

Othos. 






21.080 
13.627 
9.002 
6.607 
6,M1 
6.109 
6,919 
6.266 
3.967 
3.318 
3,090 
2.739 
2.374 
2.367 
2.239 
1,692 
1,173 
4,624 


231.613 

174.366 
13.666 
37.033 
66.622 

101.330 
38.644 
61,472 
24.647 
20,662 
21.293 
42,634 
38,737 
9.363 
12.766 
9.210 
6.634 

308.641 


9.1 

7.8 

66.4 

17.8 

11.8 

6.0 

16.3 

10.2 

16.1 

16.1 

14.6 

6.4 

6.1 

26.3 

17.6 

18.4 

17.7 

1.6 


12,663 
7.681 
3.867 
6.263 
6,962 
6.060 
4.678 
1,611 
2,647 
3,472 
2,679 
1.793 
2.330 
1.176 
1.639 
814 
1.061 
3.345 


162.787 
86.126 

7.189 
36.082 
49.704 
83.403 
31.368 
17.144 
16.669 
17.986 
20.796 
27.4n 
39.466 

4.046 
10.118 

6.294 

6.476 
247.644 


8.3 

8.8 

68.8 

17.4 

12.0 

6.1 

14.6 

9.4 

16.0 

19.3 

12.4 

6.6 

6.9 

29.0 

}J:J 

19.4 
1.4 


ToUb, 






lM,f74 


i,vnjm 


If 


it.4M 


•M.ifl 


1.9 



The races or peoples specified in Table II are those only which ranked 
highest with respect to the numbers destined for Massachusetts. There 
are, however, many peoples who come in great numbers to the United 
States, very few or practically none of whom are destined for this State. 
Thus in 1913 out of 80,865 Germans admitted to the United States, only 
938 were destined for Massachusetts; of 42>499 Croatians and Slovenians, 
only 57; of 30,610 Magyars, only 81; of 30,588 Ruthenians (Russniak), 
only 965; and of 27,234 Slovaks, only 132. 

A comparison, by races, of the numbers of immigrant aliens destined 
for Massachusetts in 1913, with the average annual numbers so destined 
during the preceding five-year period, 1908-1912 (see Table II), shows 
that the rank of the seven leading races, namely, Italian (south), Polish, 
Portuguese, Irish, English, Hebrew, and Greek, was the same in 1913 as 
for the five-year period, except that the Portuguese ranked third in 1913 
instead of seventh, as in the preceding five-year period. There was a 
marked increase in the number of Russians destined for Massachusetts 
in 1913, the number for that year having been 5,266 as compared with 
an annual average of 1,611 for the preceding five-year period, the per 
cent of increase having been 226.9. Other races or peoples showing a 
rate of increase exceeding 50 per cent were: Portuguese, 132.8; Syrian, 
107.9; Armenian, 101.4; Polish, 79.8; Italian (south), 66.1; and Italian 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR 



1914. 



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(north), 52.8. For all races taken in the aggregate the rate of increase 
was 48.6 per cent. 

Table III. — Immigrant Aliens Destined for Massachusetts and Admitted to the United 
States in 1913^ arid Averages for the Five-year Period 1908-1912: By Occupations, 





191S 


Annual Avbraoss — 


19t8-lfl2 




Number of 


Number of 


Peroentagee 

of 
Immigrant 

Aliens 
Destined 
for Massa- 
chusetts 


Immigrant 


Immigrant 


Percentages 

of 
Immigrant 

Aliens 
Destined 
forMaesa. 
ohuseCts 


Occupations. 


Immigrant 

Aliens 
Destined 
for Massa- 


Immigrant 
Aliens Ad- 
mitted to 
the United 


Aliens 
Destined 

for 
Massachu- 


Aliens 
Admitted 

to 
the United 




chusetts 


States 


setts 


SUtes 


ProfMsional, 


761 


18,469 


6.6 


S7S 


10,64S 


6.4 


Teaohen 


207 


2.389 


8.7 


138 


1,678 


8.2 


Musicians, .... 


70 


1,254 


5.6 


60 


1,026 


5.8 


Clergymen, .... 


M 


1,051 


6.3 


5(r 


968 


5.8 


Electricians, 


60 


041 


6.4 


54 


662 


8.2 




M 


1,917 


2.9 


66 


1,675 


3.9 


other professional. . 


292 


5,917 


4.9 


204 


4,634 


4.4 


SkiUed. 


n,m 


m,m 


8.1 


lOJiOQ 


H6fiS6 


8.8 


Tailors 


1,632 


22,934 


7.1 


1.187 


17,580 


6.8 


Shoemakers, 


1,235 


11,578 


10.7 


881 


7,821 


10 6 


Carpenters and joiners. 


1,221 


15.036 


8.1 


922 


11.091 


7.9 


Weavers and spinners. 


1,079 


3.909 


27.6 


1,070 


3,440 


31.1 




982 


14,025 


7.0 


815 


11,246 


7.2 


Seamstresses, 


749 


8,723 


8.6 


373 


5,019 


7.4 




554 


6,411 


8.6 


485 


5,947 


8.2 


Masons, 


527 


7,377 


7.1 


361 


4,998 


7.2 


Textile workers (n. ».), 


513 


1,179 


43.5 


504 


1,071 


47.0 


Mariners, .... 


345 


4.979 


6.9 


271 


4,268 


6.3 


Blacksmiths, 


322 


5.431 


5.9 


299 


4,014 


7.4 


Barbers and hairdressers, . 


290 


3.213 


9.0 


218 


2,620 


8.3 


Painters and glasiers. 


277 


3.888 


7.1 


248 


3.056 


8.1 


Bakera. .... 


276 


4.256 


6.5 


225 


3.818 


6.8 


Other skUled, . 


2,974 


47.170 


6.3 


2,600 


38,967 


6.7 


Mi9ceUane<m9. 


64,140 


7»7,lt7 


8.S 


S9,46S 


48$,686 


8t 


Farm laborers, . 


264»3 


320.105 


8.2 


12.131 


191.811 


6.8 


Laborers 


20.093 


220.992 


9.1 


15.142 


165,375 


9.2 


Servants 


15,205 


140,218 


10.8 


10.409 


94.970 


11.0 


Farmers, .... 


763 


13.180 


5.8 


465 


9,160 


5.1 


Merchants and dealers. 


628 


13.919 


4.5 


478 


10,490 


46 




1.168 


18,713 


6.2 


827 


10.879 


7.6 


No oeeupation (including 














women and children). 


tS,807 


m,m 


S.O 


17,990 


»40JtiS 


7.5 


Totals, 


101,674 


1,197,892 


• 5 


6S,4SO 


858,897 


89 



Table III shows, by occupations, the numbers of immigrant aliens 
admitted to the United States, the numbers destined for Massachusetts, 
with the corresponding percentages for the year 1913, and averages for 
the five-year period 1908-1912. The total number destined for Massa- 
chusetts classified as professional was 751 in 1913, this being 5.6 per cent 
of the 13,469 admitted to the United States. The percentage of aliens 
destined for Massachusetts and classified as engaged in professional occu- 
pations of the total number admitted to the United States was slightly 
larger in 1913 than for the preceding five-year period, the respective 
percentages being 5.6 and 5.4. Of those in professional occupations, 
teachers ranked first in point of numbers and likewise with respect to 
the percentage destined for Massachusetts. 

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IMMIGRANT AND EMIGRANT ALIENS, 1913. 



III. 9 



The total number of skilled workmen destined for Massachusetts was 
12,976, or 8.1 per cent of the total number of skilled workpeople admitted 
to the United States. The occupations showing the largest numbers of 
skilled workpeople destined for Massachusetts were: Tailors, 1,632; 
shoemakers, 1,235; carpenters and joiners, 1,221; and weavers and 
spinners, 1,079. 

Over two-fifths (43.5 per cent) of the textile workers (not specified) 
entering the United States chose Massachusetts as their destination, while 
27.6 per cent of the weavers and spinners, 10.7 per cent of the shoemakers, 
and 9.0 per cent of the barbers and hairdressers were so destined. 

There were 64,140 miscellaneous unskilled workpeople who were 
destined for Massachusetts in 1913, or 8.8 per cent of the 727,127 ad- 
mitted to the United States. Farm laborers to the nimiber of 26,283, 
or 8.2 per cent of the total number admitted to the United States, ranked 
first; laborers, 20,093, or 9.1 per cent, ranked second; and servants, 
15,205, or 10.8 per cent, ranked third. For the five-year period laborers 
ranked first, with an annual average of 15,142, or 9.2 per cent; farm 
laborers second, with an annual average of 12,131, or 6.3 per cent; and 
ser\'ants third, with an annual average of 10,409, or 11.0 per cent. 

The total number of inmiigrant aliens entering this State in 1913 
having no occupation (including women and children) was 23,807, or 
8.0 per cent of the 297,188 admitted to the United States, while the cor- 
responding per cent for the five-year period was 7.5. 

Table IV shows, by races or peoples, for each of the several years 
from 1909 to 1913, the numbers of immigrant aliens destined for Massa- 
chusetts with the corresponding totals for the five-year period. 

Table IV. — Immigrant Aliens Destined for MassachiLsettSf 1909-191S: By Races or 

Peoples, 



Racks or Pxgplbs. 


vm 


191t 


19U 


1M2 


191S 


vm-vtn 


^l!»n(Kmth) 


13.040 


16,183 


13,318 


13,611 


21.030 


76,190 


Polah, . . 








8.161 


9.651 


6.162 


7,988 


13.627 


45,469 


fwpipjew. 








2.897 


4.228 


8,862 


4,967 


9.002 


24,966 


fe**h. • • 








5,639 


6,579 


6.899 


5,866 


6,607 


31,590 


^' : ■ 








4,379 


7.406 


7.149 


5.552 


6.541 


31,026 








3.867 


4.693 


6.361 


5,097 


6.109 


24,927 


Greek. . 








3.303 


5,787 


6.223 


4,561 


5,919 


24,602 


Rtunao, 








969 


1,274 


1,673 


2,673 


5.266 


11,846 


LithuaniMi. 








3,613 


3,453 


2.586 


2,472 


3.957 


16,079 


French, . 








4.383 


5,171 


3,217 


3,160 


3,318 


19,249 


Scotch, . 








1.770 


3,108 


3.073 


3,030 


3,090 


14,071 


ItoliM (north). 








1.661 


3,478 


1.753 


1.529 


2,739 


10,150 


SouMtinaviuk, . 








1,917 


3,223 


2.764 


1.953 


2,374 


12,221 


Axmenimn. 








1,099 


1.603 


758 


1,375 


2,367 


7,202 


PtoOMh. . . 








1,910 


2,649 


1.473 


1.209 


2,239 


9,380 


?5?"' ^.- • 








441 


999 


857 


838 


1.692 


4,827 


Afri«i (black), 








739 


987 


1.341 


1.290 


1,173 


6,480 


Othen, . 








3,732 


3,446 


3,363 


4.000 


4,624 


18,165 


Totali, . 








61,197 


t2,fM 


T»,lll 


T»,171 


101,674 


S8S,S19 



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STATISTICS OP LABOR — 1914. 



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On comparing the numbers destined for Massachusetts in each of the 
five years, it will be observed that for each race or people except the 
Irish, English, French, Scotch, Scandinavian, Finnish, and African (blade), 
the maximum number destined for Massachusetts was . in 1913. The 
maximum number of Irish and African (black) was in 1911, and of the 
English, French, Scotch, Scandinavian, and Finnish in 1910. The Italians 
(south), with 21,030 persons destined for Massachusetts in 1913, far out- 
ranked any other race or people .repreaented in the returns for the entire 
period; the Poles ranked second, with a total of 13,627 in 1913, and the 
Portuguese third, with a total of 9,002 in 1913. 

8. EMIGRANT ALIENS ^ DEPABTED FROM MASSACHUSETTS. 

Data showing the number of emigrant aliens who departed from the 
United States and from Massachusetts in 1913, classified by races or 
peoples, with comparative totals and corresponding percentages for the 
five years 1908-1912, are presented in the following table. 

Table V. — Emigrant Aliens Departed from Massachtisetts and from the United States 
in 1913 J and Averages for the Years 1908-1912: By Races or Peoples. 









IMS 


AiwuAL Aybbaois — IM^ltlS 


Races ob Pkoplss. 


Number of 
Emisrant 

AUens 
Departed 
fromMaa- 
sachuaetts 


Number of 
Emigrant 

AOens 
Departed 

from 
the United 

States 


of Emigrant 
Aliens De- 
parted from 
the United 
States who 
Departed 
from Massa- 
chusetts 


Number of 
Emigrant 

AUens 
Departed 
fromMaa- 
saehusettB 


Number of 
Emigrant 

Aliens 
Departed 

from 
the United 

States 


of Emlgraat 
Aliens De- 
parted from 
the United 
Suteswho 
Departed 
from Massa- 
chusetts 


Italian (south), 

Qreek, 

Poliah. 

Portuguese, 

Enciish. . 

Italian (north), 

Lithuftniftn, 

Turkiah. . 

Russian. 

Finnish, 

African (black). 

Irish. . 

Scotch, 

Scandinavian, 

French, 

German, 

Armenian, . 

Syrian, 

Hebrew, 

others. 






5,232 
3,290 
1,931 
943 
«78 
596 
528 
485 
459 
880 
372 
367 
240 
223 
221 
150 
146 
137 
128 
558 


79,067 

31,556 

24,107 

1,583 

10,794 

20,995 

3,276 

1,297 

10,548 

3,053 

1,671 

4,458 

4,118 

9,291 

4.019 

11,871 

676 

797 

6.097 

88,326 


6.6 

10.4 

8.0 

59.6 

6.3 

5.4 

16.1 

37.4 

4.4 

12.4 

22.8 

8.2 

5.8 

2.4 

5.5 

1.3 

21.6 

17.2 

1.9 

0.6 


4,9n 
1,105 

672 
569 
680 
400 
192 
303 
220 
237 
332 
188 
275 
161 
182 
158 
177 
172 
680 


83,654 
9.262 

'ilm 

7,832 

15^ 

2^ 

1,212 

7,299 

2,907 

1,024 

2.872 

2.349 

7,301 

3.500 

14,306 

607 

1,225 

6.663 

89,118 


5.9 
11.9 

6.9 
584 

7.1 
4.4 

14.5 
15.1 
42 
7.6 
2S.1 
11.6 
6.0 
3.8 
4.6 
1.8 
26 
14.4 
2.6 
0.7 


Totals, 






n,fii 


SM,1M 


f.5 


U,1St 


m.m 


41 



1 For definition, see Note 3 on ] 



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NO. 99.] IMMIGRANT AND EMIGRANT ALIENS, 1913. III. 11 

The total number of emigrant aliens who departed from the United 
States in 1913 was 308,190, of which number 17,070, or 5.5 per cent, 
depiui;ed from Massachusetts. The net increase in the alien population 
of the United States (represented by excess of immigration over emigra- 
tion) during the year 1913 was 889,702, no deduction being made, how- 
ever, for the number of naturalized citizens who left this country for 
permanent residence abroad. Corresponding data for Massachusetts show 
that the net gain in population (represented by inmiigration in excess of 
emigration) was 84,604. 

The races showing over 1,000 emigrants from Massachusetts in 1913 
were: Italian (south), 5,232; Greek, 3,296; and Polish, 1,913. There 
were several races (not specified in Table V) showing a large emigration 
from the United States, comparatively few of the emigrants having been 
from Massachusetts. Thus, of the 13,525 Bulgarians who departed from 
the United States in 1913, only 65 departed from Massachusetts; of the 
11,496 Magyars, only 32; of the 10,209 Croatians and Slovenians, only 
32; of the 9,851 Slovaks, only 41; of 5,327 Ruthenians (Russniak), 
only 26; of 3,181 Spaniards, only 41; and of 3,156 Roumanians, 
only 11. 



Table VI. — Immigrant Aliens Destined for and Emigrant Aliens Departed from 
Massachusetts in 1913 and Averages for 1908-1912: By Races or Peoples, 









IfU 


age Number 
of Emigrant 
Aliens 
Departed 
from Mas- 
sachusetts 
]t»-19U 


Increase in 
Number of 
Immigrants 

over 

Eminunts 

for Five 

Tears 
]t»-19U 


Annual 


Racib OB Pboplss. 


Number of 

Immicnmt 

Aliens 

Deetined 
IbrMaMH 

ohumtts 


Number of 
Emicnnt 

Aliens 
Departed 
from Mas- 
saehusetts 


Increase in 
Number of 

over 
Emifrants 


Average In- 
crease in 
Number of 
Immigrants 

over 
Emigrants 


Itrfkn feouth). 
Giwk, . 
FoUA. . 

Torkiah. 

a- ■ 

AfriM (black), 
Genuu,, . 

oth«.; . 






21.080 
5.919 

18.627 
9.002 
6.541 
2.739 
3.957 
658 
5,266 
2.239 
1.173 
6.607 
3,090 
2.374 

988 
2.867 
1.693 


5.232 
3.296 
1.931 
943 
678 
596 
528 
485 
459 
380 
372 
867 
240 
223 
221 
150 
146 
137 
128 
558 


15.798 
2.623 

11,606 
8.059 
5.863 
2.143 
3.429 
173 
4,807 
1,859 
801 
6.240 
2,850 
2.151 
3,097 
788 
2.221 
1.555 
5.981 
2.470 


4.977 
1.105 
2,103 
672 
569 
680 
400 
192 
303 
220 
237 
332 
188 
275 
161 
182 
158 
177 
172 
630 


38.428 

17,365 

27,387 

15,974 

26.916 

5.566 

11,235 

780 

6.543 

7.093 

4.119 

29.669 

11.952 

10.273 

16,556 

3.644 

5.085 

3.670 

24.441 

6.794 


7,685 
3.473 
5.477 
3,195 
5.383 
1.113 
2,247 

156 
1.309 
1,419 

824 
5.932 
2,390 
2,055 
3.311 

729 
1,017 

734 
4,888 
1.359 


Totali, 




• 


1M.C74 


lT,f19 


U.fN 


u,m 


m,m 


M.tN 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR 



1913. 



[l. B. no. 99. 



The net increase or decrease in 1913 in the alien pK)piilation of Massa- 
chusetts (represented by the excess of immigration over emigration) is 
shown, by races or peoples, in Table VI. The largest net gains were: 
Italian (south), 15,798; Polish, 11,696; Portuguese, 8,059; Irish, 6,240; 
Hebrew, 5,981; English, 5,863; and Russian, 4,807. In the case of the 
Chinese the number destined for Massachusetts in 1913 was 45, while 
the number departing was 79, making a net decrease for the year of 34. 

The numbers of emigrant aliens who departed from this State and 
from the United States in 1913 and the average annual numbers for the 
five-year period 1908-1912 are given, by occupations, in Table VII. 



Table VII. — Emigrant Aliens Departed from Massachttsetta and from the United 
States in 1913, and Averages for the Years 1908-1912: By Races or Peoples. 





IfU 


Ankual Avbbaoss — lMt-lil2 




Number of 
£migrant 

Aliens 
Departed 
fromMaa- 
■aohuaetta 


Number of 
Emigrant 

Aliens 
Departed 

from 

the United 

States 


of Emigrant 
Aliens De- 
parted from 
the United 
Suteswho 
Departed 
from Massa- 
chusetts 


Number of 
Emigrant 

A^ns 
Departed 
fromMas- 


Number of 
Emigrant 

Aliens 
Departed 

from 
the United 

States 


Peroentagci 
of Emigrant 
Aliens De- 
parted from 
the United 
States who 

Departed 
fromMasM- 

chusetts 


PrafeBtional. 
TeaoharB 

EnginwwB (profeosional), . 

Actors 

others, . . . . 

Skilled, 
Textile workers (n. «.), 
Shoemakers. 
Weavers and spinners, 
Barbers and hairdressers, . 
Clerks and accountants, . 
Tailors, .... 

Masons 

Carpenters and joiners. 

Mariners 

Stonecutters. 

Bakers 

Machinists 

Dressmakers, 
Seamstresses, 
Blacksmiths, 
Painters and glaaiers, 
others. .... 

Miscellaneotu. 

Servant-) 

Merchants and dealers. 
Fishermen, .... 
Farm laborers, . 
Farmers, .... 
others 

No occupation (including 
women and children) ^ 

Unknown, .... 


185 
84 
2« 
26 
23 
57 

1,976 
447 
239 
174 
126 
101 
98 
86 
86 
60 
47 
46 
44 
38 
34 
33 
30 
299 

lg,708 
10,896 
937 
239 
124 
103 
86 
323 

tJiMl 


$,9i6 
484 
336 
406 
333 

1,366 

si,m 

711 

606 

467 

687 

1,804 

1,850 

616 

1,529 

696 

254 

475 

817 

482 

217 

292 

366 

19,854 

iisjsoe 

191,604 
16,220 
6,979 
261 
3,948 
6,120 
4,174 


6.9 
7.0 
7.8 
6.1 
6.9 
4.2 

e.s 

62.9 
39.4 
38.1 
23.6 

6.6 

5.3 
18.8 

6.6 

7.2 
18.6 

9.7 

6.4 

7.9 
16.7 
11.8 

8.2 

1.6 

6.e 

6.7 
6.8 
4.0 
47.6 
2.6 
1.4 
7.7 

- 1 

1 


117 
82 
11 
12 
6 
56 

112 
143 
51 
76 
81 
44 
92 
37 
21 
86 
59 
33 
42 
27 
22 
337 

9,742 
8,410 
722 
185 
26 
71 
108 
220 


259 

340 

194 

1,454 

. 50,/M 

475 

908 

371 

617 

1,697 

2.262 

766 

1.960 

628 

222 

668 

686 

500 

224 

460 

407 

17.387 

90S,S6S 
174.246 
10,352 
4,886 
151 
4,462 
6,013 
8,268 

i9J9H 


a 

4.2 
3.5 
8.1 
3.9 

4.9 
56.4 

12.3 
88.5 
8.3 
4.6 
3.6 
5.7 
4.7 
5.f 
9.5 
6.8 
8.6 
6.6 
18.8 
6.9 
6.4 
1.9 

\i 

7.0 
3.8 
17.2 
1.6 
1.8 
6.8 

6.0 


Totala, 


n.tn 


IM.1M 


5.5 


u,m 


2t9,4tt 


4.T 



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BUREAU OF STATISTICS 

CHARLES F. GETTEMY. Director 



LABOR BULLEmr Ho. zoo 

(BelB« Part IV of tlM Annual Report on tht SUttoUct of Labor for 1914) 



Labor Bibliography 



1913 




JUNE 8. 1914 



B08T0K 

WEIGHT A POTTBB PRINTING C0MPAN7 

8TATB PBINTEBS 

1914 



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The State Boaed of Publication. 



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Laboe Bibliogeaphy, 1913. 



INTBODXJCTION. 

Thb bibliography, prepared by Miss Etta F. Philbrook, Librarian of the 
Bureau, is a list of important titles, either books or in periodicab, which 
appeared in ^the ca lendar year 1913 on the subject of labor m its broad aspect, 
and is divided into the following 29 sections: 

PAQKS 

1. Child Labor, 4 

2. Collective Agreements, 11 

3. Conciliation and Arbitration, 13 

4. Conventions and Conferences, 16 

5. Cost of Living and Prices, 19 

6. Court Decisions, 26 

7. Credit Unions and Co-operation, 28 

8. Diseases of Occupations and Industrial Hygiene, 34 

9. Employers' Associations, 40 

10. Homework, 41 

11. Housing and Town Planning, 44 

12. Inunigration, . . 51 

13. Injimctions, 54 

14. Injuries, 55 

15. Inspection of Places of Employment, 65 

16. Labor Organisations, 70 

17. Legislation, 78 

18. Manufactiures and Mining, 85 

19. Profit Sharing, 90 

20. Savings Banks, 91 

21. Scientific Management, 92 

22. Social Insurance and Retirement S3r8tems, 95 

23. Strikes, Lockouts, and Boycotts, 105 

24. Unemployment, Ill 

25. Wages and Hours of Labor, 120 

26. Welfare Work, 135 

27. Woman Labor, 136 

28. Workmen's Compensation and Employers' Liability, .... 142 

29. Miscellaneous, 149 

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STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



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1. CHILD LABOR. 



Abelsdobff, Walter. Statistik der Frauen- 
iind Einderarbeit. In Oebiete und Metho- 
den der amilichen ArbeiUaUUiaHk in den 
wiehHgeUn Induatriestaaten. Beitr&ge zur 
ArbeiterstatiBtik no. 12. Prepared by the 
Kaiserliohes Statistisches Amt, Abteilung 
for ArbeiterstatiBtik. Berlin. Carl Hey- 
mann. 1913. p. 378-433. 

A gtudy of offioiAl investigfttions of wonutn 
and child Ubor and reports on the subjects in the 
principal industrial countries of the world. 
Prepared by Dr. Abelsdorff for the division of 
labor statistics of the Qerman imperial statistics! 
office. 



Factobt IN8PBCT0B. AnntuU re- 
port for the year ending Dec, 31, 1912, 
Montgomery. 1913. 144 p. 

The report deals almost exclusively with 
child labor conditions in the factmes of Ala- 



Abobntins Republic. Trabajo de los men- 
orea en la via publica. In Boletin del 
departamento naeional del trabajo. no. 25. 
p. 83^-843. Buenos Aires. Dec. 31, 1913. 

Notes on the enforcement of the child labor 
law. 



Trabajo de mujeres y de menores. In 

Boletin del departamento naeional del trabajo, 
no. 25. p. 858-875. Buenos Aires. Deo. 
31. 1913. . 

Woman and child labor in the Argentine 
Republic. 

AuBTBAUA. Manufacturing industries. In 
Official year book of the commonwealth of 
Auatralia, no. 0. Melbourne. Common- 
wealth Bureau of Census and Statistics. 
1913. p. 524-568. 

Industrial statistics showi^ig numbers of 
persons employed by sex, statistics of child 
labor, wages and salaries, value of product, etc. 

AusTBiA. Erhebung iiber die Kinderarbeit in 
Oeeterreich im Jahre 1908, Teil 2. Text- 
liche Darsteilung. Heft 2. Wien. K. K. 
Arbeitsstatistisches Amt. 1913. (8), p. 
79-343. 

Part 2 of vol. 2 of the report of an investiga- 
tion of child labor in Austria in 1008 made by 
the imperial statistical office. Reviewed in 
Sodale Rundschau, 14th year, p. Ill 266-III 
268. Wien, July 1013. 



BoBWELL, M. Louise. Child labor and need. 
National child labor committee pamphlet 
no. 194. New York. 1913. 11 p. 

Results of a q;>ecial study made from records 
of the Cincinnati bureau of vocational guidance. 
Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 2, na 1. 
p. 17-20, New York, liay lOlS. 

Bba£IL. Um decreto do goyemo provisorio 
&cerca dos menores nas fabricas. In 
BoUtim do departamento eatadual do trab' 
alho, V. 2. p. 35-40. Sao Paulo. Ist 
quarter of 1913. 

A discussion of chUd labor in Braxil and the 
text of the decree of Jan. 17, 1891, regulating 
child labor in the republic. 

Bbown, Edward F. Child labor in New York 
canning factories. In National chUd labor 
committee pamphlet, no. 188. New York. 
1913. p. 1-8. 

Reprinted from the Child labor bulletin, v. 1, 
no. 4, p. 12-18, New York. Feb. 1013. 



— — The demoralising environment of nigbt 
messengers in southern cities. In Child 
labor biUletin. v. 2. no. 1. p. 138-141. 
New York. May 1913. 

The neglected human resourceB of the 

gulf coast states. In ChUd labor huUetisi, 
V. 2. no. 1. p. 112-116. New York. 
May 1913. 

The toiling children of the gulf coast 

canneries. In National child labor commit- 
tee pamphlet, no. 193. New York. 1913. 

p. 14r-28. 

Report of a field investigation, Jan.-Mar. 
1913. 

Califobnia. Labor conditione in the canning 
induetry. Special report of the California 
bureau of labor statistics. Sacramento. 
1913. 34 p. 

p. 20-34 are reprinted from bulletin na 0<} of 
United States bureau of labor — a study of 
employment of women workers in the canneries 
of California by Marie L. Obenauer. 

Campbbll, John C. Prom mountain cabin to 
cotton mill. National child labor commit- 
tee pamphlet, no. 195. New York. 
1913. 12 p. 

Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 2, no. 
1. p. 74-84, New York, May 1913. 



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IV. 5 



OhUd Labor. 



Capitaiit, H. Les acciderUa du travaU 9urvenu8 
aux enfaiUs Affis de fnoins de trnze ana, 
Paris. Alcan. 1913. 

A study of industrial injuries sofferad by 
ddldren under 13 years of age. 

Chakbkblain, Mary. The new bean bag. In 
Survey, v. 29. p. 6d4. 666. New York. 
Feb. 15, 1913. 

Brief note on child labor in the canneries in 
New York. 

ChUd labor and poweify. Child labor bulletin. 
V. 2. no. 1. New York. National Child 
Labor Committee. May 1913. (4), 
174 p. 

Papers, addresses, and discussions of the 9th 
annual conferenoe on child labor, Jacksonville, 
Fla^ Mar. 13-17, 1913. 

ChUd lobar in earmeriea. Child labor bulletin. 
V. 1. no. 4. New York. National Child 
Labor Committee. Feb. 1913. (4), 95 p. 

Child labor in mines. In Ameriean federation' 
isL V. 20. p. 32, 33. Washington. 
Jan. 1913. 

Child labor legislation fight in Pennsylvania. 
In Survey, v. 30. p. 297. New York. 
Biay 31, 1913. 

ChUd labor 8tarie$ for children. Child labor 
bulletin, v. 2. no. 2. New York. Na- 
tional Child Labor Committee. Aug. 
1913. 81 p. 

"7%e ehUd that toOeth not:* A reply to Mr, 
Dawley. National child labor committee 
pamphlet no. 186. New York. 1913. 
8 p. 

Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 1, no. 
4. p. 88-95, New York, Feb. 1913. 

ChiUTe burden in oyeter cmd ehrimp canneriea. 
National child labor committee pamphlet 
no. 193. New York. 1913. 32 p. 

Reports of an investigation made by Lewis 
W. mne in 1911 and 1913 and Edward F. Brown 
in 1913 in caaneriss kwated on the Gulf coast 
from Louisiana to Florida and the Atlantic, coast 
from Maryland to Florida. Mr. Hine's study 
appeared also in Child labor bulletin, v. 2, no. 1, 
p. 105-111, New York. May 1913. and was 
partially reprinted in Survey, v. 30, p. 167-172, 
New York, May 3. 1913. 

Chutb, Charles L. Child labor in Pennsyl- 
vania. In Survey, v. 29. p. 541, 542. 
New York. Jan. 25, 1913. 

Cloppbr, Edward N. The chUd merchants of 
the etreete. National child labor committee 
pamphlet no. 203. New York. Dec. 1913. 
4 p. 



CoNANT, Richard K. The textile industry and 
ChUd labor. In Child labor buUeHn, v. 2. 
no. 1. p. 91-95. New York. May 1913. 

Conditions of ohUd employing industries in the 
south. A qymposium. In Child labor 6iil- 
letir^ Y, 2. no. 1. p. 124-141. New 
York. May 1913. 

Presents conditions in Alabama, Mississippi, 
and South Carolina. 

CoNKBcnouT. CoiaaaaioH to nmBsnoATB 

THB OONDrnONS OF WAOB-BABNIKO WOICBN 

AND MiNOBS, ▲ppourrsD 1911. Report to 
the general aeeenibly of 1915, Hartford. 
1913. 297 p. 

An investigation of conditions in the cotton, 
silk, corset, metal, and rubber industries and in 
the alteration rooms of cloak and suit depart- 
ments of department storss. R4sum6 of the re- 
port was given in Survey, v. 30, p. 736, New 
York. Sept. 20, 1918. 

Construction of child labor statutes. In Yale 
law joumaL v. 23. p. 175-179. New 
Haven, Conn. Dec. 1913. 

Review of recent casss in the United Sutes. 

CoNTiroTON, Blary. Employment of women and 
children in eeieeted industriee, v, 18 of Re^ 
port on condition of woman and chUd wage^ 
eamere in the United Statee, Senate doc. 
no. 645. 61st cong. 2d sess. Washing- 
ton. Bureau of Labor. 1913. 531 p. 

A study of the conditions of work, the labor 
force and the hours and earnings of women and 
children in the canning and preserving industry, 
the manufacture of boxes, cigars, cigarettes, 
tobacco, clocks and watches, confectionery, 
corsets, crackers and biscuits, hardware and 
metal specialties, hosiery and knit goods, woolen 
and worsted goods. Jewelry, needles and pins, 
pottery, rubber goods, garments, and enameled 
ware. A statement of the general sanitary con- 
ditions is given for most of the industries. Chap- 
ter 2 gives statistical tables by industries. 

CBAI86AC, Abel. Xge d'admieeion au eerviee de 
la client^ dans lee aubergee, hUele, etc, 
Procfts-verbauz, enquAte et documents. 
Paris. Conseil Sup4rieur du Travail. 
1913. x,82p. 

A report to the superior labor council by M. 
CrsiBsso on the age of admission of children to 
service in hotels, restaurants, caf6s, etc., together 
with minutes of proceedings of an investigation 
of the subject, by the superior labor council; 
tables giving statistics of child labor; and a 
rteum^ of lepslation in Germany, Switserland, 
and the United States. A r^sumA appeared in 
Bulletin du minist^re du travail et de la pr6- 
vojranoe sociale, v. 20, p. 709-772, Paris, Aug. 
1913. 



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STATISTICS OF LABOR — 1914. 



[l. B. 



Child Lftbor. 



Dbwxt, John. Some dangers in the pre$ent 
movement far industrial education. Na- 
tional child labor committee pamphlet 
no. 100. New York. 1913. 7 p. 

Reprinted from the Child labor bulletin, v. 1 . 
no. 4. p. 6»-74. New York. Feb. 1013. 

EscHSKBBBNNBB, Josephine J. Day and night 
in a vegetable canning factory. A personal 
experience. In National child labor com- 
mOtee pamjMet. na 188. New York. 
1913. p. 41-45. 

Reprinted from the Child labor bulletin, v. 1, 
no. 4, p. 10-23, New York, Feb. 1013. 

EsTXYA, Adalberto A. El trabajo de los 
menores y de las mujeres y las horas la- 
borables. In BoUtin del departamento del 
trabajo. v. 1. p. 401-404, 511-513. 
City of Mexico. Nov., Dec 1913. 

A r4eum6 of measures for the protection of 
woman and ehild workers in European countries 
and the regulation of hours of labor. 

FtUKCB. L'application, en 1912, des lois 
r6glementant le travail. Travail des 
femmes et des enfants. In BuUeHn du 
miniethe du travail et de la privoyance 
Bociale. v. 20. p. 976-985, 1073-1090, 
1206-1215. Paris. Oct., Nov., Dec. 
1913. 

Sutistics of the appBoation during 1012 of 
laws regulating the employment oi women and 
children. 

From school to job in Philadelphia. In Survey. 
V. 30. p. 98-100. New York. Apr. 19, 
1913. 

GoLDifABK, Pauline and Hall, Qeorge A. 
Preliminary report on employment of 
women and children in mercantUe estab- 
lishments. In £d report of New York state 
factory investigating commission, v. 2. 
Albany. J. B. Lyon Co. 1913. p. 1193- 
1270. 

GoifPBBS, Samuel. Child labor in the New 
York canneries. In American federation-' 
isL V. 20. p. 133-136. Washington. 
Feb. 1913. 

A comment on the report of the New York 
factory inyeetigating commianon. 

QoRDON, Jean. Developing normal men and 
women. In Child labor buUetin, v. 2. no. 
1. p. 121-123. New York. May 1913. 

Qbbat Bbitain. Boy labour in the post office, 
Sd report of standing committee on, Lon- 
don. Wyman A Sons. 1913. 20 p. 
[Cd. 6959.1 



Factory and workshop orders {191$ edi" 

tiofC), Issued by the home office. London. 
Wyman A Sons. 1913. 186 p. 

Orders relating to health and sanitation, 
hours of labor, night work of male young personi, 
education of children, dangerous and unheaHhj 
industries, tenement industries, home work, 
particulars of work and wages, etc 



Mines and quarries. General report 

wilh statistics for 191t. pt. 1. District 
statistics. Issued by the home office. 
London. Wyman A Sons. 1913. 49 p. 
(Cd. 7025.J 

Statistics of persons employed, output, acd- 
dents, etc Reviewed in Board of trade labour 
gasette, v. 21, p. 320, 327, London, Sept. 1913. 
The home oflBce also issues reports for each 
district separately. 

Mines arid quarries. General report 

with statistics for 191$, pt. 2, Labour. 
Issued by the home office. London. 
Wyman A Sons. 1913. 146 p. [Cd.7166.] 
Statistics of persons employed, accidents, 
prosecutions, explosives used, coal-cutting ma- 
chinery, safety lamps, employment of bc^rs at 
mines. 

— Night employment of made young pereoM 
in factories and workshops. Minutes of 
evidence and appendices. Report of de- 
partmental committee. Issued by the home 
office. London. Wyman A Sons. 1913. 
289 p. [Cd. 6711.1 

Occupations of the people. In 16th 

abstract of labour statistics of the United 
Kingdom. London. Wyman A Sons. 
1913. p. 294-318. 

Statistics of persons employed in classified 
occupations in 1901 and 1891 with special sUte- 
ment of the numbers of men and bosrs, .womes 
and girls, and children under 14 years of age. 



Pope, Samuel. Employment of chUdrtn 

act, 1903, Report to home office on the bye- 
law made by the Devon county council. 
London. Wyman A Sons. 1913. 15 p. 
(Cd. 6988.] 

Van boys and warehouse boys committee. 

Report of the departmental committee on the 
hours arid conditions of employment of tan 
boys and warehouse boys, appointed by hit 
majesty*s principal secretary of state for 
the home departmerU. London. Wymso 
A Sons. 1913. Report. 31 p. [Cd. 
6886.] Minutes of evidence. 230 p. 
[Cd. 6887.1 

Review of report and evidence in Board of 
trade labour gasette, v. 21, p. 290, 291, London. 
Aug. 1913. 



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Child Labor. 



GxTiLD, CortiB. The eighi-^tour day for children 
undsr sixteen, Boeton, Massachusetts 
Child Labor Committee. 1913. 8 p. 

Hall, George A. New child labor legisUtion 
in New York. In Survey, v. 31. p. 89, 
90. New York. Oct. 25, 1913. 

Physical examination for working 

papers in New York. In Survey, v. 31. 
p. 297. New York. Deo. 13, 1913. 

HAin>, W. H. Need of eomjniieory edueation 
in the south. National child labor com- 
mittee pamphlet no. 192. New York. 
1913. 16 p. 

Reprinted from Child labor buUetin, v. 1, 
so. 1. p. 73-84, June 1912. 

Hi3nB,Lewi8W. Baltimore to Bilosi and back. 
The child's burden in osrster and shrimp 
canneriee. In Survey, v. 30. p. 107-172. 
New York. May 3, 1913. 

A partial repzint oi material used in the Na- 
tknal child labor committee pamphlet, no. 193, 
May 1913, p. ^13. and in the Child labor 
boUetin, ▼. 2, no. 1, p. 105-111. New York. 
May 1913. 

The chfld's burden in oymter and 

shzimp canneries. In Child labor huUetin, 
V. 2. no. 1. p. 105-Hl. New York. 
May 1913. 

This stody. baaed on an inveetisation made in 
1911 and 1913, was alM printed in the National 
child labor committee pamphlet no. 198, New 
York. May 1913, p. 0-13, and partially re- 
printed in the Survey, v. 30, p. 107-172, New 
York, May 3, 1913. 

Hygiene of occupations, v, S, pL i of transao- 
Hons of the 16ih iniemoHonal congress on 
hygiene and demography, Washington, 
Sept, 25-28, 1912. Edited by John a 
Fulton. Washington. Superintendent 
(^ Documents. 1918. yiii« p. 489-1049. 

The volume contains a edleotion of papers 
deafing with various phases of occupational 
hygiene. Among the subjects conddered in 
their relations to industrial hygiene are child 
labor, tenement-house manufacturing, and in- 
dustrial accidents. 

IlLZKOU. DxPABTlfSMT OF FACTOBT AND 

woaxsHOP iNSPBcnoN. 17th annual re- 
port of the factory inspector for the year 
endino Dec, IS, 1909, Springfield. 1913. 
zzviii, 2203 p. 

A tabular presentation of statistics by cities 
and establishments inspected showing number 
of emplosrees by age groups: males over 16, 
females over 16, boys between 14 and 16, girls 
between 14 sad 16, and children under 14. 



Indiana. Statb bubbatj of inspschon. 
1st annual report, 1912, Indianapolis. 
1913. 572 p. 

In addition to reports of inspections of fac- 
tories, mercantile establishments, bakeries, 
laundries, hotels, printing offices, public build- 
ingi, quarries, mines, etc., the tables show num- 
bers of women and children employed, wages 
paid, strikes, industrial statistics, and statistics 
of accidents. 

JoNsa, Jerome. Child labor and low wages. 

In ChUd labor bulletin, v. 2. no. 1. p. 

62-66. New York. May 1913. 
KsLLBT, Florence. The child breadwinner 

and the dependent parent. In ChUd labor 

bulletin, v. 2. no. 1. p. 1-6. New York. 

May 1913. 
A five cent toy and the two morals it 

teaches. In Survey, v. 31. p. 290. New 

York. Dec. 13, 1913. 
KiNosBUBT, John A. Child labor and poverty : 

both cause and e£Fect. In ChUd labor 

huUelin, v. 2. no. 1. p. 27-34. New 

York. May 1913. 
Lathbop, Julia C. The federal chHdren*s 

bureau. National child labor committee 

pamphlet no. 196. New York. 1913. 

8 p. 

Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 3, 
no. 1, p. 66-62. New York, May 1913. 

LiNDflAT, Samuel McCune. How to make chUd 
labor legislation more effective. National 
child labor committee pamphlet no. 197. 
New York. 1913. 12 p. 

Reprinted from Child labor buUetin, v. 2, 
no. 1, p. 63-73, New York, May 1913. 

LoTSJOT, Owen R. Child labor and health. 
National child labor oommittee pamphlet 
no. 189. New York. 1913. 13 p. 

Reprinted from the ChiU labor bulletin, v. 1, 
no. 4. p. 67-68. New York. Feb. 1913. 

Child labor. Contribution to "New 

year goals in social work, 1914.*' In 
Survey, v. 31. p. 349. New York. Deo. 
27, 1913. 

Eight hours for children. In Survey. 

V. 31. p. 68. 69. New York. Oct. 11, 
1913. 
Comment on the Massachusetts law. 

MoKsLWAT, A. J. Child labor and poverty. 
In Survey, v. 30. p. 60-62. New York. 
April 12, 1913. 

Notes on the 9th annual conference of the 
national child labor oommittee, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 



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OhUd I«bor. 



— ^^ Child labor and the minifniim wage. 
In Proceedings of the national conference 
of charities and correction, Seattle, July 
6-12, lOlS, Chicago. The National Con- 
ference. 1913. p. 246b-248. 

— — Child wages in the cotton mills: our 
modem feudalism. National child labor 
committee pamphlet no. 199. New York. 
1913. lip. 

Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 2. 
no. 1, p. 7-16, New York, May 1013. 

— — The Florida child labor campaign. In 
Survey, v. 30. p. 497. 498. New York. 
July 12. 1913. 

MAmx. Child labor. In 1st hiennidl report of 
the department of labor and industry of the 
state of Maine, 1911-1912, [Augusta.] 
1913. p. 13-18. 

Mabz, David. Some ancient standards of child 
protection. National child labor committee 
pamphlet no. 198. New York. 1913. 
lip. 

Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 2, 
no. 1, p. 42-51, New York. May 1913. 

MAaSAOHUSBTTB. BOABD OF COMMiaSIONEBB 
FOB THB PROMOTION OF UNIFOBlCrrr OF 
LEGISLATION IN THE UnTTBD StATBB. Ath 

annual report, Dec, SI, 191$, Boston. 
1913. 7 p. 

BuBEAU OF STATISTICS. SOth annutU 

report on the statistics of manufactures for 
(he year 1911, Boston. 1913. xxvi, 137p. 

The statistics of wage-earners are i^ven for 
males and females in two age groups, vis., 18 
srears of age and over and under 18 srears of age. 

— ^^ Child labob committee. Annual re- 
port. Jan, 1, 191S, Boston. 1913. 22 p. 
7 plates. 

Contains a study of child labor in tenement 
industries; child labor at night, with a table 
comparing the boors of labor of skilled workmen 
with those of children; uniformity in child 
labor legislation and an outline of the uniform 
child labor law; and a digest of chUd labor laws. 
Massachusetts, 1912. 

— — State boabd of labob and indus- 

TBIES. Bulletins, nos. 1-3. Boston. 

Aug.-Nov. 1913. 
Bulletin no. 1. Aug. 1913. Laws relating to 

the emplojrment of women and children. 

With a summary for the information of 

employers of labor. 63 p. 
Bulletin no. 2. Sept. 1913. Laws relating to 

school attendance and the emplojnnent of 

minors. With an explanation for the use 

of school authorities. 49 p. 



Bulletin no. 3. Nov. 1913. Laws relating to 
labor enforced by the state board of labor 
and industries. 1913. 104 p. 
MiCHZOAN. Inspection of factories. wcHrk- 
shops, hotels, and stores. In 80th annual 
report of Michigan department of labor, 
Lansing. 1913. p. 93-96, 102-417, 43S- 
453. 

A detailed presentation of statistics of in- 
spections showing wages, child Isbor, and woman 
labor, etc. 

More protection for working children. Child 
labor bulletin, v. 2. no. 3, New York. 
National Child Labor Committee. Nov. 
1913. 72 p. 

Review of child labor in 1913 including a 
summary by states of suggestions for changes 
in child labor laws. 

New Yobk. ChUd labor. In RepoH of New 
York bureau of fatUyry inspection for the 
twelve months ended SepL SO, 1911. Al- 
bany. State Department of Labor. 1913. 
p. 14. 15. 22, 23, 224-235. 

Children found in mercantile establish- 
ments. In Report of New York bureau of 
mercantile inspection for the year ended 
Sept. SO, 1911. Albany. State Depart- 
ment of Labor. 191?. p. 420-422, 426- 
- 448. 

•^ Industrial directory of New York state, 

1912, 1st annuaL ccbdv, 562 p. Al- 
bany. State Department of Labor. 1913. 

CompUed by the Division of industrial direc- 
tory of the New York state department of labor. 
The volume contains: Descriptions of citiei 
and villages of not less than 1,000 population, 
with special reference to industrial opportuni- 
ties; tables showing conditions relativs to bank- 
ing, manufactures, factory employees, and hours 
of labor; a register of factories; and the in- 
dustry elassification used by the department. 
The statistics of employees are rlfuisified for 
men (over 16 years of age), women (over 16), 
and girls or boys (14-16 years). 

State factobt invbstioatino cxjm- 

MissiON. 2d report, 191S. Albany. J. B. 
Lyon Co. 1913. 2 v. v, vi, 1340 p. 

Throughout the reports included in these 
two volumes are given details of child labor 
conditions, particularly in tenement manufac- 
turing, the canneries, and mercantile estab- 
lishments. 

New Zealand. Return of hours of overtime 
worked by boys and women during 3rear 
1912-13 in factories in the principal towns 
in New 2^1and and permits granted to 



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S£d annual report of the department of labor, 
1913, Wellington. 1913. p. 85, 86. 

NiCHoi., Henry. An eight-hour day in a ten- 
hoar stote. In ChM labor bulletin, v. 2. 
no. 1. p. 142-144. New York. May 
1913. 

NoTA Scotia. Child labor. In 5th annual re- 
port of factories inspector for year ended 
Sept. SO, 1912. Halifax. Department of 
Public Works and Mines. 1913. p. 24-28. 

Notes, William. Overwork, idleness, or indus- 
trial education. National child labor com- 
mittee pamphlet no. 191. New York. 
1913. 14 p. 

Reprinted from Axmalf of Americftn academy, 
Mar. 1906. Abo printed in ChiM labor boUetin. 
T. 1. no. 4, p. 7A-87. New York. Feb. 1013. 

Gates, W. H. Child labor and health. In 
ChUd labor buUstin. v. 2. no. 1. p. 117- 
120. New York. May 1913. 

CHaba, Edwin V. Welfare leoislaHon for 
women and minors. Portland, Ore. Con- 
sumers' League. Jan. 1913. (12) p. 

Bound with report of the social surrey com- 
mittee of the consumers' league of Oregon on 
the wsges, hours and conditions of work and 
cost and standard of Uving of women wage- 
eam»s in Oregon with special reference to 
Portland. 

Ohio. Bihubau of labob statistiob. Ah- 
sirael of S6th annual report, 191$. Colum- 
bus. 1913. 39 p. 

An abstract of industrial statistics and coal 
mining, 1910 and 1911, with a r^sumi of the 
work of free emplosrment offices, inspection, 
statistics of en4>k>yment of women and children. 

Obiook. Boabd of ikbpectobb of child 
LABOB. Report, May SI, 1911-8epL 80, 
1912. Salem. 1913. 12 p. 

Page, Anne B. Labour laws for women and 
children at home and abroad. In Women* s 
industrial news. v. 17. new series, p. 
171-186. London. Oct. 1913. 

PoBTO Rico. Work of women and children. 
In Special report of bureau of labor, no. 1, 
Dec. 16, 1912. San Juan. 1913. p. 23-27. 

PoTTEB, Zenas L. Indiistrial conditions in the 
canning industry of New York state. In 
2d report of the New York state factory in- 
vestiQating commission, v. 2. Albany. 
J. B.Lyon Co. 1913. p. 767-916. 

Report of an investigation conducted dur- 
ing the summer of 1012. 



QuBBBC. Inspection of industrial establish- 
ments and public buildings. In General 
report of the minister of public %Dorks and 
labour of the province of Qwbec for year 
ending June SO, 191S. Quebec. 1913. 
p. 69-100. 

Reports of the chief inspector and the assist- 
ant inspectors on the administration of labor 
laws with q>ecial reference to child labor, acci- 
dents, occupational diseases, health, etc. 

QuBBNSLAND. Pcrsous emplosTed and average 
weekly wage in registered factories. In 
Report of the director of labour and chief 
inspector of factories <tnd shops for year 
ended SOth June, 191S. Brisbane. De- 
partment of Labour. 1913. p. 31-127. 

RocHBSTBB, Anna. The battle lines of child 
labor legislation. In Survey, v. 30. p. 
86-88. New York. Apr. 19, 1913. 

A r6sum6 of i»t>posed legislation in various 
sUtes. 

Scotland. Report of the 12th decennial census 
of Scotland, v. 2. Ages and conjugal con- 
ditions, occupations, industries, fiousing 
condiHons, etc. Edinburgh. H. M. Sta- 
tionary Office. 1913. czvi, 671 p. [Cd. 
6896.] 

A r6sum6 of report showing number of persons 
employed by age periods, sex and occupation 
groups was printed in Board of trade labour 
gasette, v. 21, p. 368, 369, London. Oct. 1913. 

SiOTH, Walter G. A law to save the child. 

In Common cause, v. 3. p. 23-32. New 

York. Jan. 1913. 
Stoddabo, William L. " The child that toileth 

not." In Survey, v. 29, p. 705-708. New 

York. Feb. 16. 1913. 

A reply to the charges of Mr.Dawley against 
the United Sutes bureau of labor and its child 
labor investigations. See also National child 
labor committee pamphlet no. 186. 

Stories about the other child. Supplement to 
the child labor bulletin, v. 2. no. 3. 
New York. National Child Labor Com- 
mittee. Dec. 1913. 79 p. 

Sullivan, John J. Breeding social discontent. 
Factory conditions in the state of New 
York. In Common cause, v. 3. p. 234- 
238. New York. Mar. 1913. 

Swirr, W. H. The campaign in North Carolina. 
The mountain whites — by one of them. 
National child labor committee pamphlet 
no. 200. New York. 1913. 10 p. 

Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 2, no. 
1, p. 96-104, New York, May 1913. 



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Child Labor. 



SwiTZEBLAKD. Rappotis des gouvemetnenU Can- 
Umaux 9W Vexicuium delaloi fidirale con" 
eemarU le travail dans les fabriqueB, 1911 
et lOlt. Aarau. D^partement F6d6ral 
de rindustrie. 1913. 131 p. 

Report on the enforcement of federal factory 
laws in Switserland in 1911 and 1912. ReporU 
of factoiy inipection, accidents, hours of labor 
and Sunday work, child labor, prosecutions, 
etc., are given for each canton separately. 

Umitbd States. Child labor. Id American 
lobar UgialaHon review, v. 3. p. 364-378. 
New York. Oct. 1913. 

An analysis, by states, of child labor legis- 
lation enacted in the United States during 1913. 

^— Prohibition of nioht work of youno 
persons. Bulletin of the United States 
bureau of labor statistics, whole no. 117. 
Miscellaneous series, no. 2. Apr. 10, 
1913. Washington. 74 p. 

A translation of the memorandum prepared 
by the international labor office for the inter- 
national conference to be held at Berne, Sept. 
1913. 

— Terhhour maximum v>orkin(f-4ay for 
women and young persona. Bulletin of 
the United States bureau of labor sta- 
tistics, whole no. 118. Miscellaneous 
series, no. 3. Apr. 10, 1913. Washington. 
71 p. 

United States maps ehoufing the main provieions 
of existing child labor laws. National child 
labor committee pamphlet no. 187. New 
York. 1913. 8 p. 



Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, v. 
no. 4, p. 5-11, New York, Feb. 1913. 



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Russell Sage foundation publication. 



Survey Associates. 1913. 



New York, 
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Reprinted from Child labor bulletin, 
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Western Australia. Annual report of chief 
inspector of factories, 1912. In Report 
on the medical, health, factories, and early 
closing department, 191$, Perth. 1913. 
p. 83-98. 

Includes reports on "The factories act, 1994" 
and "The early closinc act, 1902." Tables 3 
and 4 show number of employees between 14 
and 18 yean of sge, by yean and sex. 

Wise, Stephen S. Safeguarding workers. In 
Survey, v. 29. p. 734, 735. New YoriL 
Feb. 22, 1913. 

Comments on legislation in behalf of women 
and children proposed by the New York factory 
investigating commission. 

WoifSR, Parley P. The church and the labor 
conflict. New York. Macmillan« 1913. 
z, 302 p. 

Some of the imi>ortant ch^ten are: Tlio 
protection of the wage-earning woman and child 
(p. 162-183), the question of the open or doied 
shop (p. 184-205), labor's appeal to violeDCS 
(p. 20&-227), the eetabUshment of hU)or courts 
(p. 228-250). 

WooLLET, Helen T. Charting childhood in 
Cincinnati. In Survey, v. 30. p. 601- 
606. New York. Aug. 9, 1913. 



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2. COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS. 



AuBTBiA. DieKoUektitenAHmU'ttndLohnver- 
trAifetnOesterreieK Ah$ehl(l»*€ und Emetic 
enmffen dea Jahrei 1911, Wien. K. K. 
ArbeitwtatiBtiachei Ami. 1918. v, 282 p. 

Statistica of eoUeotiTe acreementa in Austria 
in 1011 giving detail m to houn of labor, wages 
and other matter* of agreement, a dieouMion 
of conditJona obtaining in each industry group 
as tlie result of ooUeotiye agreements, and a 
tabular pr es en tation of the terms of each agree- 
ment. Issued by the Austrian bureau of labor 
statistics. 

Caxada^ Pbicb, SamueL Beport of royal 
wmmitnoner on coal mining diajmU* on 
Vancouver Jtiand. Ottawa. Department 
of Labour. 1913. 43 p. 

Appended to the report are copies of wage 
agreementa between the coal mining companies 
and their employees and notices and drculaxs 
rdating to the steike. The report was r evi e wed 
in the Labour gasette, v. 14, p. 432-435, Ottawa, 
Oct. 1913. 

Recent industrial agreementa, 1912, 

1913. In LalwuT goMette. v. 13. p. 767- 
771, 886-893, 1120-1122, 1278-1281, 
1404-1414; y. 14. p. 56-65, 185-196, 
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Ottawa. Jan., Feb., Apr.-Oct., Dec. 
1913. 

CoHEM, JulhiB H. Control of sanitary stand- 
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New York. Feb. 1. 1913. 

lUeum^ of the resulta of the ioint board of 
sanitary control in cloak industry and sugges- 
tions for the extension of the work in other 
garment trades. 

Features of peace protocol plan. 

Agreement in force between certain gar- 
ment manufacturers in New York city 
and their employees. In American em- 
ployer. V. 1. p. 545-548. Cleveland. 
Apr. 1913. 

Extraota from a paper for the yearbook of 
the Efficiency society. 

GsBMJLMT. Die Tarifvertrtige im Deuischen 
Reiehe am Ende dee Jahree 101$, 7 Son- 
derbeft sum Reichs-Arbeitsblatte. Berlin. 
Eaiseriiches Statistisches Amt, Abteilung 
for Arbeiterstatistik. 1913. 77*, 272 p. 

Report of coUective agreementa in Germany 
at the close of 1912. prepared by the section for 
labor statastios of the imperial statistical office 
of Germany and issued as the 7th special num- 
ber of the imperial labor journal. 



OoMFBBa, Samuel. The struggles in the 
garment trades. In Amsrioofi /edenUion- 
itf. Y. 20. p. 185-202. Washington. 
Mar. 1913. 

Qbbat Britain. Boabd of tradb. Indus- 
trial COUNCIL. Minutee of evidence taken 
before the indueirial couneU in connection 
vfiih their enquiry into induetrial agree- 
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ziii,665p. (Cd. 6953.] 

— — Beport on enquiry into induetrial agree- 
menu, London. Wsrman & Sons. 1913. 
22 p. (Cd.6952.] 

It6sum6 of the report in Board of trade 
labour gasette, v. 21, p. 284-286, London, A\ig. 
1913. A r^sum^ was also given in the Labour 
gasette, y. 14. p. 369, 370, Ottawa, Sept. 1913. 

Report of the induetrial council of the 

BriHeh board of trade on ite inquiry into tn- 
duetrial agreemente. Bulletin of the United 
States bureau of labor statistics, whole 
no. 133. Conciliation and arbitration se- 
ries, no. 2. Aug. 18, 1913. Washington. 
41 p. 

— Rules of voluntary conciliation boards 
and other agreements, etc., containing 
clauses which provide for the reference of 
disputes to the board of trade, failing their 
settlement by other agencies. In 10th re- 
port by the board of trade of proceedinge 
under the concUiaHon act, 1896, for the year 
191$, London. Wyman & Sons. 1913. 
p. 170-207. 

Oroussibr, a. La convention collective du 
travail, Paris. Dunod A Pinat. 1913. 
406 p. 

A study of the collective labor agreement. 

Joint board of sanitary control in thb 
cloak, suit and skirt, and drbs8 and 

WAIST INDUSTRUB8 OF GREATER NeW 

York. Sd annual report. New York. 
Dec. 1913. 78 p. 
Bulletin, nos. 7-10. New York. Is- 



sued irregularly, Mar.-Sept. 1913. 

' A record of progress in the work of the board. 
Bulletin no. 8 is in Yiddish. 

Joint board of sanitary control in the 
cloak, suit and skirt industry of 
GREATER New York. Directory of certi- 
fied Bhope in the doak, euii and Bkirt indue- 
try. New York. May 1913. 38 p. 



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Joint boabd of sanitabt contbol in the 
dbe8s and waist industbt of greatbb 
New YoBK. Special report an eaniiary 
oondUione in the shops of the drees and vHiist 
industry. A preliminary report. New 
York. May 1913. 23 p. 

Includes the report of Dr. George M. Price 
on tanitary conditions in ibe shop* inspected 
•nd a report by Katherine Tyng on processes 
and organisation of work in dress and waist 
manufacture. Reviewed in Survey, v. 30, p. 
518. New Yatk, July 10, 1018. 

Joint interstate wage agreement. In Report 
of the inspector of coal mineSt Kansas, from 
Jvly i, 191L to June SO, 1912. Topeka. 
State Mining Department. 1913. p. 45- 
71. 

Massachusetts. CoUecHve agreements between 
employers and labor organisations, 1911. 
pt. S of the 42d annual report on the statis" 
tics of labor, 1911. Boston. Massachu- 
setts Bureau of Statistics. 1913. p. 117- 
318. 

In addition to matter relating to Massa- 
chusetts the report gives a rteum6 of national 
and district systems of collective bargaining in 
the United States and of collective agreements 
in foreign countries. 

Nethbblands. De coUectieve arbeidsovereen- 
komsten in Nederland. In Maandschrift 
van het ceniraal bureau voor de staUsHek. 
8th year. p. 584-596. 's-Gravenhage. 
Sept. 30, 1913. 

Collective agreements in the Netherlands. 
Report of an investigation by the central bu- 
reau of statistics, begun in Dec. 1910. The 
returns were obtained from individual emplosrers, 
associations of employers, and trade unions. 
A HeazoA of the report was given in the Board 
of trade labour gasette, v. 21, p. 446, London, 
Dec. 1913. 



New Zealand. Schedule of the rates of 
wages and the hours of labour in factories 
and shops in the four chief industrial 
districts fixed by industrial agreements 
and by awards of the court of arbitration, 
in force on the 31st March, 1913. In 2ed 
annual report of the department of labour, 
1913. Wellington. 1913. p. 67-«4. 

PoENSOBN, O. Statistik der Tarifvertrige. 
In Oebiete und Methoden der amtUchen 
Arbeitsstatistik in den tnchtigsten Indut- 
triestaaten. Beitr&ge sur Arbeiterstatistik 
no. 12. Prepared by the Kaiseriiches 
Statistisches Amt, Abteiiung ftkr Arbeiter- 
statistik. Berlin. Carl Heymann. 1913. 
p. 209-219. 

A study of official investigations of coUectire 
agreements and reports iq>on the subject in 
the principal industrial countries of the worid. 
Prepared by Dr. Poensgen for the division of 
labor statistics of the German imperial stati*- 
tical office. 

Protocol. Boston dress and toaiet manufaduren' 
association and international ladies* gar- 
ment %Dorkers* union. Agreement of Mar. 
16, 191S. [Boston. 1913.) 7 p. 

Strike and its remedies. In Outlook, v. 103. 
p. 253-268. New York. Feb. 1. 1913. 

A discussion of garment workers* strikes in 
New York city and the **protoool of peace." 

Sweden. KaUektivafUd i Sverige or 1911. So- 
daLstatistik. Stockholm. E. Social- 
styrelsen. 1913. viii, 122 p. 

Statistics of collective agreements in Sweden 
in 1911, issued by the Swedish department of 
social statistics. 

"White" protocol. In Survey, v. 29. p. 
557-559. New York. Feb. 1. 1913. 

A rteum6 of developments under the protocol 
in the garment trades in New York. 



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3. CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION. 



AusTBAUA. Laws relating to oonditions of 
labour. In Official year hook of the eom" 
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sus and SUtistics. 1913. p. 1018-1043. 

Dicesta of the labor laws in force, 1913, by 
states, and reports on the operation of wage- 
r^nlatins laws, arbitratioQ acts, and other 
lecislataon affecting labor. 

Award. Arbitration between the Eastern ra^ 
roads and the brotherhood of loeomotise firs' 
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12 p. 

Camaoa. Abkwitb, iStr George. Report to the 
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Industrial disputes investigation act, 

1907. Monthly reports of proceedings 
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850, 966-979, 1098, 1099, 1227-1239, 
1381-1391 ; V. 14. p. 42-46, 152-157, 267- 
312,427-432.557-574,684-696. Ottawa. 
Jan.-Deo. 1913. 

The industrial disputes investigation 

act, 1907. Review of proceedings for six 
year period and for year 1912-13. In 
Labour gazette, v. 13. p. 1210-1226. 
Ottawa. May 1913. 

— Industrial disputes intestioation ad, 

1907, ethreportof the registrar of boards of 
ooncUiaHon and investigation of proceedings 
under the industrial disputes investigation 
act, 1907, for the fiscal year ending March 
SI, 191S. (Being an appendix to the 
annual report of the department of labour 
for the same period.) Sessional paper no. 
36a of 1914. Ottawa. C. H. Parmelee. 
1913. 201 p. 

Compulsory labor arbitration. In American 
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Oct. 1913. 

Copy of the message of Gov. Joseph W. 
Brown to the legislature of Georgia, June 1913. 

CnmnNGHAM, William J. The locomotive en- 
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outcome. In Quarterly journal of ecO" 
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Evolution in the garment trades. In Survey. 
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Discussion of the results of the New York 
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Fbakcb. Statistique des graves et dee recours 
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la Pr6voyance Sociale. Direction du 
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483 p. 

Annual reports for 1911 and 1912 giving 
detailed tabular presentation of statistics of 
strikes and conciliation and arbitration in France 
in 1911 and 1912. issued by the labor division 
oi the French ministry of labor and social prov- 
idence. In addition to the statistical tables 
the r^x^ contains extended accoxmts of the 
more important strikes. 

QoMPBBS, Samuel. Compulsory arUtration in 
the railroad engineers' award. In Ameri" 
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Tying workers to their tasks through 

compulsory government "investigation". 
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A discussion of the Canadian industrial 
disputes investigation act. 

OouuN, A. Conciliation boards and how they 
are operated under the French system. 
In Stjuare deal, v. 12. p. 239, 240. 
Battle Creek, Mich. Apr. 1913. 

Gbbat Britain. Conciliation act, 1896. 10th 
report by the board of trade of proceedings 
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191S6. London. Wyman h Sons. 1913. 
211 p. 

A r£sum4 of the report was given in Board 
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London, Apr. 1913. 

■ ' Railu>ay conciliaiion scheme. State- 

ment of settlements regarding questions as 
to rates of wages, hours of labour and con- 
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that have been effected under the revised 
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royal commission on the conciliation and 
arbitration scheme of 1907, as amended by 
the railway conference agreement of Dec. 



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11, 1911. Issued by the board of trade. 
London. Wyman ^ Sons. 1913. 288 p. 
[Cd. 7037.1 

Report of the induetrial councQ of the 

British board of trade on its inquiry in- 
to industrial agreemmU. Bulletin of the 
United States bureau of labor statistios. 
whole no. 133. Conciliation and arbitra- 
tion series, no. 2. Aug. 18, 1913. Wash- 
ington. 41 p. 
' Report on enquiry inJto industrial aqree- 

ments by the industrial oouncU of the board 
of trade; and Minutes of evidence taken &6- 
fore the industrial eouncU in eonneetUm with 
their enquiry into industrial agreements, 
London. Wyman & Sons. 1913. 2 v. 
RepoH. 22 p. [Cd. 6962.] Minutes of 
evidence, jdii, 6G5 p. [Cd. 6953.] 

The report wm reviewed in Board of trade 
labour gasette, v. 21. p. 284-286, London, Aug. 
1013: and in Labour gaiette, v. 14, p. 369, 870, 
Ottawa, Sept. 1913. 

— — Report on strikes and lockouts and on 
conciliation and arbitration boards in the 
United Kingdom in 1912, with comparative 
statistics [for 190S-191g]. Issued by the 
board of trade, department of labour sta- 
tistics. London. Wyman & Sons. 1913. 
Ivi, 160p. [Cd.7089.] 

Review of this report is given in Board of 
trade labour gaiette, v. 21, p. 402. 403, London, 
Nov. 1913. 

How a special committee of the Boston cham- 
ber of commerce settled the telephone 
controversy. In Boston chamber of com- 
merce news. Apr. 14, 1913. p. 1, 5, 7; 
Apr. 21. 1913. p. 1^ 2. 

King, W. L. Mackeniie. Canadian compul- 
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In Procsedings of the 16th annual conven- 
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Labatt, C. B. Commentaries on the law of 
master and servant, including the modem 
laws on v>orkmen*s compensation, arbitrc^- 
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N. Y. Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. Co. 
1913. 2ded. 5 v. 

Maine. Reports of the state board of arbitra- 
tion and conciliation, 1911 and 1912. In 
1st biennial report of the department of 
labor and industry of the state of Maine, 
1911-191S. [Augusta.] 1913. p. 301- 
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Oondliation and Arbitratioii. 

MABSACHnasTTS. State boabd of conciua- 

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poH, 191$. Boston. 1913. 144 p. 



Containi detailed reports of strikee and labor 
eontroversies that oame before the board dur- 
ing 1912, with schedules of wages and details 
of awards made. 

Mediation, conciliation, and arbitration in am- 
troversies between railway employees and 
their employers. Senate report, no. 72. 
63d cong. 1st sess. Prepared by Senate 
committee on interstate commerce. Wash- 
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New South Wales. Computation and anal- 
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The industrial arbitration reports, 191S. 

Sydney. W. A. GuUick. 1913. v. 12. 
pt. 1. 24 p. pt. 2. viii, 31 p. 

New South Wales industrial gas^U. 

Prepared and edited by the industrial 
registrar, and published by the depart* 
ment of labour and industry. Sydney. 
V. 2, Jan.-Mar., v. 3, Apr.-Aug., v. 4, 
Sept.-Dec. issued in 1913. 

In the gaiette are published awards of ia- 
dustrial boards and records of the operationi 
of cottoillation committees, proceedings before 
the industrial registrar, etc. 

Review and 83mop8i8 of the industrial 

board systems of 1908 and 1912. In Nem 
South Wales industrial gasette. v. 3. p. 
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— ^^— Royal commission of inquiry on indus- 
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4. CONVENTIONS AND CONFERENCES. 



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Sbaosb, Henry R. Labor resentful at law's 
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AusTBALiA. Grovemment loans to farmers. 
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1913, Congreso agricola rejional de 

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Imprenta "Santiago." 1913. Ill p. 

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Le cr6dit agricole de Brescia. In Le Musk 
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A atudy of the agricultural credit inatitutiona 
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Dbnmabk. Deltagelsen i Landbrugets Andels- 
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Hakbt, Lewis K. (editor). Studies in agri- 
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Report on the investigation of lead poisoning 
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Babnabd, H. E. a sanitary regulation of in- 
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Baskbbvillb, Charles. Wood alcohol: a 
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Beach, Walter G. Indemnity for trade 
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Bbbtillon, Jacques. Occupational mortality 
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On mortality and the causes of death 

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Boos, William F. The relation of alcohol to 
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national congress on hygiene and de- 
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Bbbithut, Frederick £. The inq;>ection of 
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Cabozzi, Luigi. II Icnoro a domieUio neZZs 
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A study of home work in manofactanng 
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Inchiesta igienico-sanitaria neli' indue- 

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An investigation of hygiene and sanitatioa in 
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Prof. Carossi for the labor ofBoe in the ministry 
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Parts 1 and 2 of this report wen published in 
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Chaddock, Robert E. Needed iegialative 
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Clabk, H. W. and Gaob, Stephen De M. A 
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Clbwsll, C. E. Environment in American 
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CoHBN. Julius H. Control of sanitary stand- 
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R«sum« of the results of the Joint board of 
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Report of departmental committee 

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Hamilton, Alice. Hygiene of the painlen* 
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Tuberculosis and the hookworm in the 

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The volume contains a collection of papers 
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Illinois manufacturers discuss occupational 
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Fawcbtt, Waldon. Irish lace making. In 
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Reprinted from the proceedings of the ad 
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Cahbn, Georges. Le logement dans les viUes; 
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''Housing in the cities; the crisis in Pans.** 
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City folks who make smaU farms pay. In 
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A one-page discussion of the results obtained 
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Cochrane, C. Rural housing and state grants. 
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13. 29 p. [Cd. 7032.] 

Pennsylvania's industrial 
In Survey, v. 30. p. 619, 
fork. July 19, 1913. 

m of provisions for inspection 
iw Pennsylvania department of 
istries. 



Illinois. Depabticsivt of factobt akd 
WOBKBHOP DrsPEcnoN. 17th anmial rt- 
port of the factory inspector for the year 
ending Dec IS, 1909. Springfield. 1913. 
xxviii, 2203 p. 

A tabular presentation of statistica by dtia 
and establishments inspected showing number 
of employees by age groups: males over 16, 
females over 16, boys between 14 and 16, giris 
between 14 and 16, and children under 14. 

State mining boabo. 32d annual coal 

report. Springfield. 1913. xii, 279 p. 

Indiana. State bubeau of inspection, lit 
annual repoH, 1912. Indianapolis, 1913. 
672 p. 

In addition to reports of inspections of fac- 
tories, mercantile esUblishments, bakeriea. 
laundries, hotels, printing offices, public build- 
ings, quarries, mines, etc., the tables show 
numbers of women and children emploj-nL 
wages paul, strikes, industrial stotistics, and 
statistics of accidents. 

Industrial board for New York. In Suney. 

V. 29. p. 708. 709. New York. Feb. 15. 

1913. 
Italy. BoUetHno deWispettorato deWindustria 

e del lavoro, y. 4. nos. 1-10. Roma. 

Ministero di Agricoltura, Industria e 

Commercio, Uffido del Lavoro. 1913. 

A bimonthly bulletin of factory and labor 
inspection issued by the bureau of labor in the 
department of agriculture, industry and com- 
merce of Italy. 

KANaAS. State mining depabtment. R*- 
port of the inspector of coal mines from July 
1,1911, to June 30, 1912. Topeka. 1913. 
71 p. 

LowBiE, S. Gale. Industrial coininiasi<Mk of 
Ohio. In Survey, v. 30. p. 520, 521. 
New York, July 19. 1913. 

MABSAcausETTS. Boiler inspection. In Re- 
port of the chief of the Massachusetts dis- 
trict police for the year ending OcL 31, 191 1 
Boston. 1913. p. 133-223. 

In addition to the reports of inspectors and 
a tabular presentation of boiler inspections, 
are included the rules formulated by the board 
of boiler rules (p. 137-188) and recommenda- 
tions made by the board. 

Building and factory inspection. Re- 
port of inspection department of the dis- 
trict police. In Report of Massachusetts 
district police for year ending Oct. 31, 191t 
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Same, without charta, reprinted in New South 
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New Yobk. Bxtbeao of factobt^ inspec- 
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OmTABIO. InIFBCTOBS of FAOIOBIB8 FOB TBI 
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Proceedings of the twenty-eeventh annual con- 
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Reports of the chief inq>eetor and the ub^* 
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KhODB laiJLKD. FaGTOBT nVBPBOnON DBPABT- 

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South Carolina. Dbpabticbiit or aoricvu- 

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Tbe report oontains statistics of factory 
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An anabnis, by states, of labor inspection 
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W1SOON8IN. Industbial commission of Wis- 
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Report of proceedinge of the SSd anntuU 

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The results of certain investigations oon- 
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Austria. Die der Reichskonmiisaion der 
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T&tigkeit der bfthmisch-slawischen 

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A histoiy of the tailoring trade and its tn- 
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Blemish on trades unionism — iawlcesDea. 
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Battle Creek, Mich. Jan. 1013. 

Reprint from New Toric Times. 

Blocking efficiency in government work. In 
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A criticism of sDeged opposition to sdeotifie 
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Blxtic, Solomon. JurimHctional disputes n- ! 
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American trade unions. University of 
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A study of the structural differences betveeo 
industrial unions and trade unions. 

Booth, Charles. Industrial unrest and trade 
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BoTLB, James. The minimum wage and syth 
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Bbadt, Charles 8. A birds-eye view of syn- 
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BoTD, James H. Worhnen*s compenaation 
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An analysis and critidsm of workmen's com- 
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RteumA of the provisions of the Portuguese 
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RucKBSBBBO, N. Der intemationale Arbeiter- 
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M. Drechsel. 1913. 58 p. 

International labor legislation in the last 12 
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Rhoob Island. Workmen's compensation 
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industrial etaiietice, 1919. Providence. 
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Workmen** eompeneation law of the 

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31 p. 

RiCHBT, H. The federal employere* liability 
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RoBBBTS, Elmer. . MomoTthioaX eodaXiem in 
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200 p. 

A series of studies of the present economic 
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education, free employment agencies, and un- 
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RocHBSTEB, Anna. The battle lines of child 
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A r6sum6 of proposed legislation in various 



Russia. Den nya ryska arbetarfdrs&kringen. 
In Arbeteetatietiek tidekrift. 7th year, 
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A rteumA of recent social insurance legisla- 
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the bimonthly bulletin of the department. 

Sickness and accident insurance in 

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Summary of two recent measures for com- 
pulsory insurance of workmen. 



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Some new state laws affecting women's work. 

In Survey, v. 30. p. 161, 162. New 

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The labor code of France. 

SwBDBN. Compulsory old age and infirmity 
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R«fUiD« of the proviaons of the SwMiiah law. 



New Swedish labour law. In Board of 

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A rteum^ of the industrial acddeni law of 
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Tbxab. LaiM of Texae relating to labor, 
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Workm€n*8 compeneation law of the 

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Unitbd Statbs. Bubbau of noaoBATiON. 
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Charges against members of the house 

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Eight-hour day on work done for the 

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MairUenance of a lobby to influence 

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United States maps showing the mmn 

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Workmen^s compensation knot of lAi 

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Vavabsbub, Jacques. La r^orme dela loi sur 
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An address on the need for reform in the bv 
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31 p. 

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Wbstbrn Australia. ReguUUions under the 
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the glass industry in Finland, 
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3 final report of the first census 
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British commerce, including 
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Statistics of persons employed, ou^nit, i 
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The home office also issues reports for each 
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Mines and quarries, Oeneral report 

with statistics for 1912, pt. 2. Labour. 
Issued by the home office. London. 
Wyman &, Sons. 1913. 146 p. [Cd. 
7166.] 

Statistics of persons employed, accidents, 
prosecutions, explosives used. coal-euttiBc 
machinery, safety lamps, employment ci boys 
at mines. 



Production and consumption. In leth 

abstract of labour statistics of the United 
Kingdom. London. Wyman & Sozts. 
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Quantity of product in various industriea 
and for various years through 1912 with a spe- 
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production, 1907. 

Hazabd, Blanche E. The organisation of the 
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Illinois. Illinois coal mining investigations 
co-operative agreement. Preliminary re^ 
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Investigation of coal resources and 
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engineering of the univermty of Illinois and the 
state geological survey in co-operation with 
the United States bureau of mines. 

Indiana. State bureau of inspection. Ist 
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572 p. 

In addition to reports of inspections off fac- 
tories, mercantile establishments, bakeries, 
laundries, hotels, printing offices, public build- 
ings, quarries, mines, etc., the tables show i 
bers of women and children employed, 
paid, strikes, industrial statistics, and statistics 
of accidents. 

L'Industrie charbonnidre des principauz pays 
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United States in 1910-1912. 



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— CooLiATi, Carlo. L'iadastria del 
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Monograph on the straw hat industry based 
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Kbopotkin, p. a. Fields, factories and work- 
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Llotd, G. I. H. The cutlery trades. An his' 
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Maine. Directory of manufacturing indus- 
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MAsaACHUSBTTS. A directory of Massachusetts 
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Classified by industry; corporation, indi- 
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Statistics of manufactures, 1911, 36th 

annual report. Boston. Massachusetts 
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Tabular presentation of statistics by indus- 
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Montana. Manufacturing. In 13th report of 
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National aflK>ciationof manufacturers attacked. 
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In c h ides official 
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Statistics of manufactures of New 

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Statistical register for 1911. pt. 6, 

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New York. Industrial directory of New York 
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Compiled by the division of industrial direc- 
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The volume contains: descriptions of cities and 
villages of not less than 1,000 population, with 
special reference to industrial oroortunities; 
tables showing conditions relative to popula- 
tion, agricultiu^, banking, manufactures, fac- 
tory employees, and hours of labor; a register 
of factories; and the industry classification 
used by the department. The statistics of em- 
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age), women (over 16), and girls or boys (14- 
16 years). 



Statistics of mines and quarries in- 
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Tabular pntentaiioo showing nimibtr of 
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average weekly earning! in eaoh trade during 
period of employment; and average weekly 
earning! in eaoh trade throughout the year. 

NoBWAT. HaatidverkttaeUinoen i Norge, 1910, 
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tiant/orhold, Norges offioieUe statiBtik. 
y. 194. KiiBtiania. Statistttke Cen- 
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Cenaus of manual trades in N<wway, 1910. 
pt. 2. giving statistics of incomes and earnings, 
production, the use of machine tools and motors, 
and an historical study of hand labor. Iss\ied 
by the Norwegian central bureau of statistics. 

Induttrxttatiatik for aaret 1911, Norges 
offidelle statistik. v. 213. Kristiania. 
Riksfonikringsanfltalten. 1913. (4), 42*, 
82 p. 

A report of industrial sUtistics for 1911 
for estaMishments and workers subject to the 
Norwegian accident insurance law, prepared 
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such industrial statistics as concern the opera- 
tion of the insurance law, together with wages 
and extent of employment of workers. 

Ohio. Bubxau of labob STATiancs. Ah- 
tirad of Seth annual report, 1919, Colum- 
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An abstract of industrial statistics and coal 
mining, 1910 and 1911, with a rteumA of the 
work of free employnoent offices, inspection, 
and statistics of employment of women and 
children. 

Ontabio. Industrud statistics. In ISUi report 
of the bureau of labour of the prowinee of 
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— — Wages and their proportion to product. 
In ISth report of the bureau of labour of the 
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p. 270-289. 

Tables showing wages and salaries and 
share of product and increase or decrease of 
product tand of wages. 

PoBTUGAL. Eecorfo dalgune aepeetoe da indue* 
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Results of a special investigation of Portu- 
guese manufactures, made by the department 
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capital invested, value of product and of mate- 
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education, wages, hygiene and safety, %nd labor 
legislation. 



Rbodb Island. Classified index of Rhode 
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.1 

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Sours Cabouna. Dbpabtmbnt of aobicul- 

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The report ooatains ^tistios of Caetocy 
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StatieHca of (^ American and foreiifn iron 
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— BxTRBAU OF LABOB. Workino condUUmB 
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9. S of report on eonditionM of omplotfmmU 
in the iron and tied induttry of the United 
Statee, Senate doc. no. 110. 62d cong. 
lat aese. Washington. Superintendent 
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BuBBAU OF TBM OBNBUS. Cotton pro- 
duction 1912, United States census bulle- 
tin 116. Washington. Superintendent of 
Documents. 1913. 03 p. 

Report ii pnMnted in three divimone: (1) 
Annual cotton production in the United States, 
190&-1912, with ttatietics for previous yean; 
(2) world's cotton production 1006-1912 by 
countries; (8) supply and distribution in the 
United States for specified periods, 1909-1918. 

Manufaduree 1909, General 

report and andti/eie, «. 8 of reporte of the 
ISth ceneue of Ou United States, 1910, 
Washington. Superintendent of Docu- 
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Manufadtwree 1909. Reporte 

for principal induetriee. «. 10 of reporte 
of the ISth eeneue of the United Statee, 
1910, Washington. Superintendent of 
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Tlus volume contains monographs on the 
leading individual industries iHiich are also 
pubhahed ss a series of separate bulletins (un- 
numbered series). It also presents sUtistics 
for the mannftiffturing industries in the principal 
metropolitan dties of the country. 

— Minee and guarriee 1909, Oen^ 

eral report and analyeie, v, 11 of reports of 
the ISth eeneue of the United States, 1910, 
Washington. Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, 1913. 369 p. 



In addition to general statistics, this report 
includes separate monographs on anthracite 
and bituminous coat iron ore, and petroleum 
and natural gas. 



Supply and dxetribuHon of cotton 

for the year ending Aug, 31, 1913, United 
States census bulletin 117. Washington. 
Superintendent of Documents. 1913. 
40 p. 

Report is presented in two divisions: (1) 
The supply and distribution of cotton in the 
United States for year ending Aug. 81, 1913, 
with statistics of spindles, cotton consumed, 
cotton on hand, and imports and exports d 
cotton and cotton goods, including comparative 
figures for previous years; (3) the world's spindles 
and consumption of cotton for 1900 and 1913, 
with statistics of trade in cotton and cotton 
manufactures for selected countries, and of 
cotton on hand in manufacturing establish- 
ments and at ports in foreign countries. 

ViBOiNiA. Industrial statistics. In 16th an- 
nual report of bureau of labor and induetrial 
etatietics, 1913, Richmond. 1913. p. 6- 
102. 

A presentation by industries showing value 
oi product, wages paid (by occupations), and 

Walton, Perry. The etory of textiles, Boston. 

John S. Lawrence. 1913. 274 p. 
WasT ViKonnA. DgFABncBirr of icinbs. 

Annual report for the year ending June 

SO, 1919, Charleston. [1913.] 85, 371, 

320 p. 

A considerable portion of sections 1 and 2 
relate to the production of coal and coke. Sec- 
tion 8 contains the reports on the condition of 
mines made by the district mine inspectors. 
A directory of mines is included. 



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19. PROFIT SHARING. 



A plea for profit-sharing. 
f the 16th annual conven- 
il metal trades aeeodoHon, 
9, 10, 1913, [Chicago. 
25. 

•t in Square deal. May 1913, 
I., p. 313-319. 

wrahip in industry. Cam- 
Y manual no. 70. New 
Putnam's Sons. 1913. 



be hiatory ot eo-partDerahip 
of the varioua typea of co- 
'ofit-aharing in En^^land and 



It-^harinQ and eo-partner- 
i a faUuref Fabian tract 
I. Fabian Society. 1913. 

Let workers share in 

verican employer, ▼. 2. 

veland. Oct. 1913. 

ts with the workers. In 

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ug. 1913. 

aceful industrial family. 

V. 12. p. 495-606. Bat- 
July 1913. 

the national aaeociation of 
atUe Creek. May 22, 1913. 



Profit-sharing system in Great Britain. In 
leth abstract of labour statistics of the United 
Kingdom, London. Wjrman A Sons. 
1913. p. 11&-122, 236-238. 

Statistics compiled from the board of trade 
report on profit sharing and labour oo-partz«^ 
ship (Cd. 6496 of 1912) with additiona and cor- 
rections baaed on later information; and geoenl 
summary of profit sharing in co-operadve 
associations. 

Stock distribution to employees. In Sg^an 
deal. v. 12. p. 417-419. Battie Crei^ 
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Notes on the stock distribution by the QgMk 
company of MeadviUe, Pa. 

Trombebt, Albert. La partieipation auxbim- 
fices, Paris. Cfaaiz A Alcan. 1913. Dew 
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A study of profit sharing. 

Williams, Aneurin. Co-partrufrship cmd proM- 
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vi, 256 p. 

Working conditions and the relations of empbyen 
and employees, v. S of report on conditiont 
of employment in the iron and steel industry 
in the United States. Senate doc. no. 110. 
62d cong. 1st sess. Prepared under the 
direction of the United States commis- 
sioner of labor. Washington. Superin- 
tendent of Documents. 1913. 594 p. 



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20. SAVINGS BANKS. 



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GuAT Britain. Savings banks. In 16th 
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TVuslee saringe bctnks. Return for the 

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Hows, Frederic C. Protecting the workers. 
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A periodkal published in the interest of 
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Nbthsblands. Maandelijksche opgaven om- 
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NoBWAT. Norgee eparebanker, 191$. Norges 

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Statistics of savings banks in Norway in 1012, 

issued by the central bureau of statistics. 

The postal savings bank and the currency 
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21. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT. 



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the bulletin of the institute, Sept. 1912. 

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Dban, 8. Shop and foundry manaoomenL New 
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DoDOB, James M. Industrial management. 
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Emerson, Guy C. Scientific management in 
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Fbbt, John P. The relation of scientific 
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GiLBSSTH, Frank B. Motion etudy. With in- 
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Units, methods, and devices of mess- 

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GoiiPBBa, SamueL The "efl&dency" scape- 
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Systematised and scientific mansce- 

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22. SOCIAL INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT SYSTEMS. 



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Bobbs-Merrill Co. 1913. 2 v. 1622 p. 

An analysis and criticism of workmen's ooin> 
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the title *'A trsatiie on the law of < 
for injuries to workmen under modem twhis- 
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BuHLB, R Die Jnvalidenvereieherunoepftieht 
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Report by the minister of labor on public 
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Arbeiterversicherung. Hauptergeb- 

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The present condition of unennrfo3Trtom 
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Labor market reports for Germany for 1911 
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insurance funds, unemplosrment am<mg or> 
ganised workmen, and the work of employment 
offices; prepared by the imperial bureau of 
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Handbook to the administration 



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Part 1 {heiUth insurance). Re- 
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The iosuranoe commiMion alBo inues a series 
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forms containing instructions to employers, 
insured persons, and sodetiee, with regard to 
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p. 286, 287, London, Aug. 1913. 



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Part £, unempioyment ineur- 

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Report by the chief inspector to 

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Report of departmental com- 



mittee appointed to consider the conditions 
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of insured persons, the number of members 
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Old age pensioners and aged pauperism. 

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Trade unions. In l$tk abeiraet of 

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Mexico. Huelgas. In Boletin del departa- 
mento del trabajo. v. 1. p. 60. 141, 232. 
446, 545. Mexico. July-Dec. 1013. 

Monthly report of strike statistics. June- 
Nov. 1913 (except Sept.). The October bulletin 
(p. 329, 330) contains a copy of the schedule on 
which the statistics are collected. 

Michigan copper miners' strike. Fight of 
western federation of miners to unionize 
famous Calumet & Heda and other penin- 
sula properties. In American employer. 
V. 2. p. 227-230. Cleveland. Nov. 1013. 

Motet, Carl H. The Indianapolis car strike: 
part played by politics. In Survey, v. 31. 
p. 103. 104. New York. Nov. 22, 1013. 

National menace of railway strikes. In Square 
deal. V. 12. p. 277-270. Battle Creek, 
Mich. Apr. 1013. 

Needle trade strikes in New York. In Survey. 
V. 20. p. 401-403. New York. Jan. 18. 
1013. 



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MrikM, Lookoirti, i 

NBTHXBLAKDa. WerkBtaldngeo en uitsluitiii- 
gen. In Maandtchrifi van Ket eefUraal 
bureau voor de Hatitiiek. 8th year. p. 29- 
35. 87-91. 144-146. 219-221. 268. 269. 
331-334, 443. 444. 490. 491. 677. 578. 669- 
671. 725. 726. 786. 787. '»43ravenhage. 
Jan. 31-Dec. 31. 1913. 

Monthly report* of ttatiaticf of striket and 
lockouts in the NetherlaikU. Deo. 1012-Not. 
1913, prepared by the central bureau of ftatie- 
tics of the Netherlandi and publiihed in the 
monthly journal of the bureau. 



Werkstaldngen en uitsluitingen in 

Nederland gedurende bet jaar 1912. In 
MaaruJUchrifl tan het cerUraal bureau voor 
de ttalUtiek, 8th year. p. 727-730. 
's-Gravenhage. Nov. 29. 1913. 

Statistice of ttrlkee and lookouts in the 
Netherlands in 1912. A review of a report pub- 
lished by the oentral bureau of statistics of the 
Netherlands. 

New JcpsET. Strikes and lockouts in New 
Jersey during the twelve montha ending 
Sept. 30. 1912. In S6th annual report of 
New Jersey bureau of staHtHee of labor and 
industries for year ending OcL 31, 191t, 
Camden. 1913. p. 227-269. 

New South Walsb. Dislocations in indus- 
tries from the commencement of the 
industrial arbitration act, 1912, to Mar. 
31, 1913. In New South Wales industrial 
gazette, v. 3. p. 29-36. Sydney. Apr. 
1913. 

Schedule of the induatrial dislocationa 

in the state from July 1. 1907 to Apr. 17. 
1912. In New South Wales industrial 
gazetU, v. 3. p. 18-28. Sydney. Apr. 
1913. 

New York. Bubbau or mediation and 
ARBITRATION. Report for year ended Sept, 
SO, 1911, In Annual reports of depart- 
ment bureaus f 1911, Albany. State De- 
partment of Labor. 1913. v. 1. p. 453- 
641. 

Statistical statement of interventions by 
the bureau. Detailed stattstios of strikes and 
lockouts with special accounts of disputes and 
interventions. 

Industrial relations in New York. 

Strikes and lockouts. In Bulletin of New 
York department of labor, v. 15. p. 12-26, 
152-174. 363-382. whole nos. 54-56. 
Albany. Mar., June. Sept. 1913. 

Little Falls textile workers* dispute. 

In Bulletin of New York department of 



labor. V. 15. p. 27-59. whole no. 5i 
Albany. Alar. 1913. 

In addition to the report of the forcisl is- 
▼estigation of the dispute by the board of meifii- 
tion and arbitration (p. 27-31). is sivea ths 
report of the bureau of labor ststistici of s 
spedal inquiry into the anbjeet of wsfsi tad 
cost of liring of the Little Falls textile workm 
. (p. 32-M). 

Norway. Arbeidskonflikter i aarene 1903- 
1911. In StatisHsk aarbok for kongerikst 
Norge, 5td year, 191t, Kriatiania. 9ta- 
tiatiake Centrmlbyraa. 1913. p. 163. 

Table of strikes and k>dEOQts in Norvsy, 
1903-1911. prepared by the central boresa of 
statistios and pubUsbed in the statistiesl yesr- 
book of the bureau. 

Older. Cora. The last day of the Paint Creek 
court martial. In Independent v. 74. 
p. 1085-1088. New York. May 15. 1913. 

Philippinb Islands. Strikes. In 4th anmid 
report of bureau of labor for year ended 
JuneS0,191S. Manila. 1913. p. 10. U. 

PoBTO Rioo. Strikes. In Special report of 
bureau of labor, no, 1, Dee, 16, 1919. San 
Juan. 1913. p. 82-84. 

Quebec. Trades disputes. Registrar's report 
for 1912-191$. In General report of the 
minister of pubUe works and labour of the 
province of Quebec for year ending June dO, 
191S. Quebec 1913. p. 52-^. 

Rhode Island. Strikes and lookouts in Rhode 
IsUnd. 1912. In tSth annual report of 
bureau of industrial statistics, 191 1. Provi- 
dence. 1913. p. 89-102. 

Russia. Die Streikbewegung in Rusaland 
w&hrend der Jahre 1905-1912 nach der 
amtlichen Statistik. In Reichs-AtbeUa- 
blaU. V. 11. p. 930-933. Berlin. Dec 
1913. 

StatisUos of strikes in Russia. 1905-1912. 
based on official statistios. A r6sum6 publiibed 
in the labor journal of the imperial stattsUetl 
office of Gwmany. 

Strikes in the Russian empire in 1911. 



In Board of trade labour gasette. v. 21. 
p. 168. London. May 1913. 

A brief r6sum4 of the report issued by the 
industrial department of the ministry of com- 
merce and industry at St. Petersburg. 

ScHAPiRO. J. Salwyn. The political strike in 
Belgium. In Independent, v. 74. p- 
1034-1037. New York. May 8, 1913. 

ScHNEiDERMANN. Rosc. The whitc goods 
workers of New York. Their struggle for 
human conditions. In Life and laber. 
V. 3. p. 13^136. Chicago. May 1913. 



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BtrikiMf LookoutSf And Bojootti* 



Qix weeks of strikes. In Survey, v. 29. p. 661, 
662. New York. Feb. 16. 1913. 

Notes on the gannent strikes in New York. 

Spain. Cooflicto de obreros y empleados de 
las compalSias de ferrocarriles. In BoU- 
tin del inetittUo de rtformae eociales. 10th 
year. nos. 104. 105. p. 168-178. 290- 
308. Madrid. Feb.. Mar. 1913. 

Report of the itrike of railway employees 
in Spain. 



Estadistica de las huelgas. In Bo2e- 

tin del inHUuto de reformae eocialee, 10th 
year. nos. 103-108. p. 26-33. 148-157. 
282-289. 394-401. 498-606. 600-607; 
nos. 109-114. p. 16-25, 106-113. 202- 
209.310-319.418-429.628-637. Madrid. 
Jan.-I>ec. 1913. 

Monthly reports of strikes in Spain. Dec. 
1912 to Not. 1013. Quarterly reporU of strikes 
are also published in tike monthly bulletin. 



^ Las huelcas en 1911. In BoUHn del 

inetiiuio de reformae eocialee, 10th year, 
no. 108. p. 698, 699. Madrid. June 
1913. 

SUtistioB of strikes in Spain in 1911. 

Staving off the firemen's strike. In Survey, 

V. 29. p. 743-745. New York. Mar. 1. 

1913. 
SriWABT, Oliver D. The West Virginia coal 

strike. In Ameriean employer, v. 2. p. 

195-202. 259-269. Cleveland. Nov.. 

Dec 1913. 

A review of real and pretended causes, prin- 
ciple involved, questions in dispute, and inci- 
dents of the strike. 

Strike and its remedies. In Outlook, v. 103. 
p. 253-258. New York. Feb. 1, 1913. 

A discussion of garment Workers* strikes in 
New York dty and the '* protocol of peace ". 

Strike inveetiifation by the committee of the 
copper country commercial dub ofMichigant 
1913. Chicago. [1913.] 85 p. 

As an introduction to the strike investiga- 
tion, the report gives data in regard to the dis- 
trict inv<dved in the strike, showing among 
other matters the housing conditions, cost of 
living, wages, welfare work, i>ension and relief 
funds, safety measures, etc. p. 73 and 75 give 
tables of wages and earnings of miners by occu- 
pations and companies. 

Strike of the Jersey silk weavers. In Survey, 
V.30. p. 300. New York. May 31, 1913. 



Strike of the Jersey silk workers. In Survey. 
V. 30. p. 81-83. New York. Apr. 19, 
1913. 

A criticism of this article and a reply to the 
same appeared in the Survey. May 31, 1913, 
p. 315, 316. 

Strike of the men's tailors. In Survey, v. 29. 
p. 662, 663. New York. Feb. 15, 1913. 

Notes on New York garment workers' strike. 

Strikes in Australia. In Square deal. v. 11. 
p. 551-555. Battle Creek, Mich. Jan. 
1913. 

Reprint from liberty and progress, Mel- 
bourne. 

SwsnsN. ArbeteinetlUldeer i Sverige under or 
1919. Socialstatistik. Stockholm. K. 
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SUtistios of strikes in Sweden during 1912, 
issued by the Swedish department of social 
stotistics. 



The general strike in Sweden in 1909. 

Development of labour organisation in 
Sweden. In Labour Qoxette. v. 13. p. 
761-764. Ottawa. Jan. 1913. 

SUUene fthiikninoemdne f&r medling i 

arbetetvieter verkeamhet under ar 191B, 
Stockholm. K. Socialstyrelsen. 1913. 
68 p. 

Government uMdiation in labor disputes in 
1912. Statistics issued by the Swedish depart- 
ment of social statistics. 

Tatlob. Graham and Walling. William E. 
The Belgian strike. In Survey, v. 30. 
p. 204-206. New York. May 3. 1913. 

Disctission of the general strike for manhood 
suffrage in Belgium and the socialist attitude. 

Tatlob. Graham R. The dash in the copper 
country. Hie first big strike in fifty years 
in the industrial backwoods of upper 
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135. 145-149. New York. Nov. 1, 1913. 

Trade imions and trade disputes. In American 
labor leoielation review, v. 3. p. 414-419. 
New York. Oct. 1913. 

An analysis, by states, of laws relating to 
trade unions and trade disputes, enacted in the 
United States during 1913. 

Truth about the Belgian strike. In Common 
eauee, v. 4. p. 37-39. New York. July 
1913. 



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8trikM, Lockouts, and Boyootto. 



Were the Lawrence strike funds honestly 
managed? New England civic federation 
bulletin, na 14. Boston. Sept. 1913. 
16 p. 

An examination of the records in the case 
and the testimony before the supreme judicial 
court of Suffolk county in the case brought to 
compel an aooounting. 

W«8T, Harold E. Civil war in the West Vir- 
ginia coal mines. In Survey, v. 30. p. 
37-50. New York, Apr. 5, 1913. 

A criticism of this article and reply thereto 
appeared in the Survey, May 10. 1913. p. 225. 



W«8T ViBGiNiA. Conditiona in the Paint Creek 
district, West Virginia. Hearings before a 
subcommittee of the committee on education 
and labor, United States senate, 6$d eong., 
1st sees., pursuant to S. res. 37, a resolution 
authorising the appointment of a committee 



to make an investigation of conditions ts 
the Paint Creek district. West Virginia. 
Washington. Superintendent of Docu- 
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Strikes at coal mines. In Annual 

report of the department of mines for tht 
year ending June SO, 191t. Charleston. 
[1913.] Section 2. p. 261-265. 

What I learned from a strike. By a garment 
manufacturer. In Survey, v. 31. p. 14. 
15. New York. Oct. 4, 1913. 

Comment on the strike of the New York 
garment workers. 

Workers of the world now run affairs for New 

York waiters. In Square deal. v. 12. 

p. 29-31. Battle Creek. Mich. Feb. 1913. 
Yonkers street car strike raises new question 

on strike breakers. In Square deoL y. 12. 

p. 14-16. Battle Creek, Mich. Feb. 1913. 
See also references under Conciliatign aot 

ASBITBanON. 



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24. UNEMPLOYMENT. 



Abgsntins Repubuc. Las agenoias de oolo- 
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497-505. Buenoe Aires. Aug. 1, 1913. 

Statisttcs of the work of «mplo3rment offices 
in 1912. 



— Desocupacion obrera en Buenos Aires. 
In BoUHn del depariatnento nacumcU del 
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Aires. Dec. 31, 1913. 

Statistics of oneznplosrmeiit in Btienos Aires. 



La ineeouridad de la vida obrera. In- 

forme eobre d paro fortoeo, Boletin del 
departamento nadonal del trabajo. no. 
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ix, 436 p. 

**Tbe unootainty of the workman's life." 
A study of involuntaiy idleness made by the 
national department of labor of the Argentine 
Republic and published as bulletin no. 22 of the 
department. 



Registro nacional de colocadones. 

In Boletin del departamenlo nacional del 
trabajo. no. 25. p. 1101-1129. Buenos 
Aires. Dec. 31, 1913. 

A report of employment offices in the Argen- 
tine Republic. 

State labour exchanges in the Argen- 
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1913. 

AusTKAUA. Fluctuations in emplojrment and 
unemplo3anent. In Official year book of 
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Melbourne. Commonwealth Bureau of 
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11^. 

State free emplojrment bureaux, 1913. 

In Labour bidletin of the commonwealth 
bunau of census and stcUisties. Labour 
and industrial branch, nos. 1-4. p. 44- 
47, 128-130. 198-200, 276-279. Mel- 
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Sept., Oct.-Dec. 1913. 

Quarterly reports of applications for em- 
ployment and from emplojrers and of positions 
fiUsd in the different states and the common- 
veslth with classifications by industries and 
in of applicants. 

Trade unionism, unemployment, wages, 

pneei, and cost of living in Atistralia, 1891 



to 191t. Labour and industrial branch 
report no. 2. Melbourne. Bureau of 
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The results of certain inTsstigations con- 
cwning trade unionism, unemployment, and 
changes in rates of wages and hours of labor in 
the commonwealth since 1801. 



Unemplojrment, 1913. In Labour 

buUetin of the commonwealth bureau of 
censiLS and statistics. Labour and trufus- 
trial branch, nos. 1-4. p. 20-23, 95-103, 
161-166, 245-249. Melbourne. Jan.- 
Mar., Apr.-June, July-Sept., Oct.-Dec. 
1913. 

Quarterly reports of unemployment in differ- 
ent industries in New South Wales, Victoria, 
Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia. 
Tasmania, and the commonwealth as reported 
by trade unions. 

AusTBiA. Arbeitsvermittlung in Oesterreich 
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Statistics of employment offices in Austria 
in 1011, published in the social review of the 
Austrian bureau of labor statistics. Review 
of a report published in 1912. 



EIrgebnisse der Arbeitsvermittlung in 

Oesterreich. In Sosiale Rundschau, v. 14. 
Section III. p. 7-23, 48-83, 107-123, 138- 
155, 181-199. 222-241. 269-287, 315-333, 
391-409.435-453,486-503. Wien. Jan.- 
Nov. 1913. 

Monthly reports, Nov. 1913-Oct. 1013. of 
the public employment offices made to the 
Austrian bureau of labor statistics and published 
in the social review of the Austrian bureau of 
Ubor sUtisUcs. 



GbWERBUCHB UND KAlTFliANNISCHB 

ARBErrSVERMnTLUNOSANSTALT, BUDA- 

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13th annual report, 1012, of the industrial 
and commercial employment offices in Buda- 
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V. 14. p. Ill 334. Wien. Aug. 1913. 

Bbckeh, Otto. Die gesetdiche Regelung der 
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dem der Erde, Berlin. Carl Heymann. 
1913. 

Legislative regulation of employment offices 
in the principal countries. 



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Bblqium. Lea bourses du travail en 1912. 
In Revue du travail, 18th year. p. 633- 
053. BruxeUes. May 31. 1913. 

Report of the work of labor exchanges under 
the Belgian ministry of indtistry and labor 
during 1912 with some comparisons for earlier 
years. 



Offices de placement gratuit. Activity 

en d4cembre, 1912-novembre, 1913. In 
Revue du travail, 18th year. p. 30-33, 
174-177. 310-313, 420-423. 568-571, 68&- 
691. 810-813, 946-949, 1052-1055, 1180- 
1183, 1290-1293, 1412-1415. BruxeUes. 
Jan. 15-Dec. 15, 1913. 

Monthly reports oi the work of free empl<v- 
ment offices in Belgium, Dec. 1912-Nor. 1013. 
Prepared by the Belgian bureau of statistics 
and published in the labor review. 

BsB2«HARD, E. Die Vergebung der Cffentlichen 
Arbeiten in Deutachland im Kampfgegen die 
Arbeiteloeigkeii, Schriften der deutscben 
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vii, 55 p. 

"The collation of public works in Germany 
in the battle against unemployment.'* Publi- 
cation no. 1 of the German association for the 
struggle against unemployment. I 

Bbaul. Moviipento da agenda official de 
coUoca^ao. In Boletim do departamento 
estadual do trabalfio, v. 2. p. 185-187, 
365-369. Sao Paulo. Ist and 2d quarters 
of 1913. 

Statistics of the official employment office 
of Sio Paulo. 

CoLOBADO. State free employment offices. 
In Biennial report of bureau of labor sta- 
tistics, 1911-1912, Denver. 1913. p. 68- 
86. 

CoiOfONs, John R. Schoolhouse in a state 
system of employment offices. In his 
Labor and etdministration. New York. 
Macmillan. 1913. p. 358-362. 

CoNDE, Joaquin Garcia. La cuesdon del tra- 
bajo en Inglaterra. In Boletin del depart- 
amento del trabajo. v. 1. p. 165-171, 240- 
250, 337-351. Mexico. Aug., Sept., 
Oct. 1913. 

A report on the labor conditions in England 
made by the Mexican consul at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne and published in the bulletin of the Mexi- 
can department of labor. 



Dbitmabk. ArbejdfllOshed. In &atittiA 
Aarbog, 191$, Kjdbenhavn. Sutistlske 
Departement. 1913. p. 123-125. 

Statistics of unemployment among orgsaiied 
workmen and of unemployment funds and tfae 
Copenhagen municipal free empkiyment ofice. 

-*-»— State subsidised labour exchanges in 
Denmark. In Board of trade kbow 
gatetie, ▼. 21. p. 329. London. Sept 
1913. 

A x^mxmk of the law of 1913 for the eitsb- 
lishment and control ctf oommunal labor a- 
changesin Denmark. 

Eldmann, E. Juvenile labour exchanges sad 
apprenticeship bureaux in Germany. In 
Contemporary review, v. 104. p. 230-239. 
New York. Aug. 1913. 

FiMi.AirD. Den offentliga arbetafdrmedUncen 
i Finland kt 1912. In Arbetsetaiittitk 
tidskrift. 7th year. p. 178-183. Hd- 
singfors. 1913. 

Statistics oi publie employment offices ifi 
Finland. 1912, with details for Helsingfan by 
occupations for each month. Prepared by Uift 
general department of industry and publiriied 
in the bimonthly bulletin of the departineBt 
Quarterly reports of public employment offi«« 
for 1913 were also published in the bimootUy 
bulletin. 

Francb. CBtsoN, Henry. Bureaux muni- 
dpaux de placement gratuit. In Le Mude 
social, Annales, Paris. Dec. 1913. P- 
361-365. 

Copy of a circular relatire to munidpsl bt» 
employment offices issued by M. Charon, team*' 
ter of labor and social providence, to mag^strstes, 
Nov. 22. 1913. 

Le ch6mage en France en 1912. In 

Bulletin de Vofice du travaU, v. 2a P- 
122-131. Pans. Feb. 1913. 

Statistics of unemployment in France in 
1912. based on monthly reports made to tbe 
bureau of labor by labor organisations. 

L'enquftte international sur VH^t ^^ 

placement en 1911. In Bulleiin du minii- 
the du travail et de la privoyanoe soeiale. 
V. 20. p. 1102-1105. Paris. Nov. 1913. 

A r^sum^ of the international inquiry isto 
the condition of employment offices in 1911> 



Liste des bureaux munioipaus 



placement existant pendant le 3e semestre 
1912. In Bulletin de VoffUe du troMoil 
V. 20. p. 28-32. Paris. Jan. 1913. 

A directory of municipal employment ofic^ 
in operation during the 8ec<»id half of 1913< 



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UnimplBjMMit. 



Rapport 8ur ies subventioos aux 

bureaux municipauz de placement gratuit 
pour les anuses 1911 et 1912. In Bulletin 
du minUUre du travail et de la privoyance 
eociale, v. 20. p. 871-880. Paris. Sept. 
1913. 

Report by the minister of labor on public 
grante to municixMl free employment offices in 
1911 and 1912. 



— Rapport sur les subventions aux 
eaisses de chdmage, pour Tann^e 1912. 
In Bulletin du minieUre du travail et de la 
pr&voyance eociale. v. 20. p. 862-871. 
Paris. Sept. 1913. 

Report by the minister of labor on public 
grants to unemployment funds during 1912. 

— La situation des offices de placement 
en 1911. In BiUletin du minietire du 
travail et de la pr^voyance eociale. v. 20. 
p. 1090-1093. Paris. Nov. 1913. 

Statastics of emplojrment offices in 1911. 



Statistique des travaux de seoours en 

cas de chdmage pendant Tann^ 1911. 
In Bulletin de roffice du travail, v. 20. 
p. 362-368. Paris. Apr. 1913. 

Statistics of assistance to the unemployed 
during 1911. based on reports furnished the 
bureau of labor by prefects. 

Les subventions de T^tat aux eaisses 

de ch6mage [>endant le ler semestre 1912. 
In Bulletin de Voffiee du travail, v. 20. 
p. 132, 133. Paris. Feb. 1913. 

Nati<uial grants to unemplojrment funds 
during the first half of 1912. 

Les subventions des conmiunes et des 

dftpartements aux eaisses de ch6mage, de 
1910 h 1912. In Bulletin de Voffiee du 
iravaa. v. 20. p. 21-27. 139-146. Paris. 
Jan.. Feb. 1913. 

Public grants by municipalities and depart- 
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FiANKUN, R. Schoolhouses as employment 
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Gkbmant. Die Arbeiteloeenvereicherung im In- 
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Hm present condition ot unemplojrment in* 
Ksaace in Germany and other countries (tab- 



ular presentations) based on the reports made 
to the general session of the international asso- 
ciation on unemployment at Ghent and on 
official sources. Prqwred by the section for 
labor statistics of the German imperial statis- 
tical office and issued as a special supplement 
to the journal of the office, Dec. 1913. A trans- 
lation of this digest made by the statistical 
bureau of the Metropolitan life insurance com- 
pany was published by the American association 
for labor legiilatioQ. 



Die Arbeitalosens&hlung vom Jahre 

1912 in Saohsen. In Reiche-ArbeitebUUt. 
V. 11. p. 833-835. BerUn. Nov. 1913. 

R^sum6 of the results of the census of un- 
employed in Saxony in 1912. published in the 
labor Journal of the imperial statistical office 
of Germany. 



Die Arbeitslosigkeit im Baugewerbe 

nach gewerkschaftlichen Z&hlungen. In 
Reiche-ArbeiteblaU. v. 11. p. 108-120. 
Berlin. Feb. 1913. 

Statistics of unemployment in the building 
trades based on the reports of labor organisa- 
tions. Prepared by the section for labor sta- 
tistics of the imperial statistical office of Ger- 
many and published in the imperial labor journal. 

Arbeitslosigkeit in deutschen Fach- 

verb&nden. In Reicha-Arbeitablatt. v. 11. 
p. 31-37. 269-276. 506-512. 747-754. 
Berlin. Jan.. Apr.. July. Oct. 1913. 

Quarterly statistics of unemplosrment among 
organised wage-earners in Germany, Oct. 1912- 
Sept. 1913. Prepared by the section for labor 
statistics of the imperial statistical office of 
Germany and published in the imperial labor 
journal. 



Arbeitsmarkt. In Statistisches Jahr- 

buch fUr das Deutsche Reich, 1913. Berlin. 
Kaiserliches Statistisches Amt. 1913. 
p. 399-418. 

Labor market reports for Germany for 1911 
and 1912, including statistics of workmen's 
insurance funds, unemployment among or- 
ganised workmen, and the work of employment 
offices; prepared by the imperial bureau of sta- 
tistics of Germany and published in the statis- 
tical yearbook for the German empire. 



Erhebung Hber Arbeitsntichweise im 

Detitschen Reiche nach dem Stande von 
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liches Statistisches Amt. Abteilung fOr 
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Guild, Curtis. The eight-hour day for children 
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Hammond, Matthew B. Judicial interpreta- 
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The minimum wage in Great Britain 

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Indiana. State bubsau op inspection, lei 
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villages of not less than 1,000 population, with | 
special reference to industrial cvportunities; 
tables showing conditions relative to populatioo. 
agriculture, banking, manufactures, factory 
employees, and hours of labor; a register of | 
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